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Crisis in the C Suite: A 10-Step Plan

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Nov 02, 2021

It’s an all-too-common occurrence. A senior executive is accused of wrongdoing ― sexual misconduct, bullying, financial fraud, a conflict of interest or other conduct posing a compliance or integrity concern. Suddenly, directors find themselves thrust into the center of a crisis, forced to make critical decisions on a short timeline, often in the glare of a public spotlight. It’s a time for clearheaded thinking and a game plan. Here’s a 10-point guide for directors for the first few, critical days.

Review the guide on Skadden's website.

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