Law360 (May 7, 2019, 2:55 PM EDT) -- As a nonpracticing lawyer in crisis and litigation communications, my work is almost always done with, or through, a client’s outside counsel. But having worked at a boutique law firm, a crisis communications agency, and now in BigLaw, and even as different as each of these business models may be, I have seen a number of patterns emerge across all three areas. These appear to simply be common misconceptions among a substantial number of experienced lawyers.
1. You will constantly butt heads with the communications team on strategy and direction.
A good communications team will seamlessly complement and support the legal...
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