There’s an emerging consensus among public relations experts when dealing with rough news: “No comment” doesn’t cut it.

“Companies and individuals need to articulate the positions that they have, especially when they’re being criticized or are involved in a controversy where news can travel at light speed,” says Joshua Galper, a partner at Washington, D.C.’s Davis Goldberg & Galper. “People need to get out in front of it.”

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