A recent court ruling in a defamation lawsuit that conductor James Levine brought against his former employer, New York’s Metropolitan Opera, points to some issues litigation and crisis communicators should think about when crafting messages. The bottom line is, yes, Virginia, you can say things in a crisis and during a lawsuit.
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