Law firms have a lot to think about: keeping clients happy, turning a profit, and marketing the firm, to name just a few. They certainly don’t want to worry about a shake-up within their own organization.

But while many lawyers already know how to speak to a reporter about a routine client case that has gone to trial, most don’t know how to act as spokesperson and handle a barrage of media inquiries when their own law firm is in trouble.

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