Law firms often tout their expertise at crisis management, but when it comes to managing crises within the firm itself, not all do so well.
Lawyers’ focus on confidentiality, their emphasis on facts and argument, and their lack of objectivity about their own crises mean they often lose out in the court of public opinion, professional crisis managers say.
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