Stikeman Elliott

Using Communications to Navigate your Legal Issues

Please join us for a provocative and informative discussion on law and communications. When crises hit, or a transaction is pending, proper communication can mean the world of difference in order to maintain strong business relationships and reputations.

When should your company's stakeholders be informed?

What should be said and how much is appropriate?

How can your strategy help navigate through a crisis, or even avert it?

What you need to know about what you should be saying, why and when.

The outcome of a crisis may be the result of management's response and communication efforts.

Topics will include:

  • Communications in corporate deals: when and how much?
  • Developing a strategy
  • Communicating in a crisis
  • Managing communications in litigation
  • The global nature of communications: are you being left behind?


This seminar counts for 1.0 Substantive CLE credits.

Daniel Murdoch, Associate, Stikeman Elliott LLP

Brian Pukier, Partner, Stikeman Elliott LLP
Adrian C. Lang, Partner, Stikeman Elliott LLP
Julia Johnston, Vice President, Corporate Practice Lead, National Public Relations
Peter Block, Vice President, National Public Relations

If you have questions during or after the presentation regarding material covered, please contact any of the Stikeman Elliott presenters listed above.

Original Program Date: June 27, 2012, Toronto

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