I was uncertain at first about writing a career advice column related to the coronavirus. I don’t want to contribute even a microscopic amount of additional anxiety to a topic where fear can overcome facts. And facts on this topic can change quickly, even in the few days between when I write this column and when you are reading it.
But this is indeed a meaningful career topic for inside counsel. Because you are ideally suited to help your company in moments of uncertainty. General counsel offer the demeanor, intellect, and organizational skills needed to lead a corporate crisis plan.
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