This is the second installation of a two-part series. Read Part One here.
In last week’s post we highlighted a report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform. The report notes a rise in securities-fraud suits brought by company investors that stem from crises such as data breaches, fires, and product issues. In addition to dealing with, say, consumer litigation, companies are confronted with so-called event-driven shareholder suits. Here we discuss some aspects of the trend related to reputation and communication.
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