In terms of law firm public relations, having an attorney on staff be accused of paying for sex with young girls may be about as bad as it gets. That's the situation Cravath, Swaine & Moore finds itself in as it deals with the arrest of a former tax associate. Providing a contrast between the white-shoe crowd and some sordid allegations, the situation serves as an example of what to do, and not do, in controlling the damage created by association.
A White-Shoe Firm Gets Some Unwelcome Attention
The National Law Journal
March 17, 2006
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