Schoenherr's crisis response team provides quick, solid and straight to the point advice in crisis situations.
To meet clients' demands in crisis situations, such as government investigations, cyber incidents or production downtimes, Schoenherr has forged a dedicated crisis response team. The team includes specialists from all relevant practice areas across our offices, with substantive experience gained in many industries and therefore perfectly capable to service clients in challenging times in the best possible way. We have central contact persons who will assist a client immediately and ensure that risks are managed efficiently.
We offer deep experience and a strategic and coordinated approach to reading, managing and remedying the complex and far-reaching issues that arise when a crisis occurs.
Our cross-border capabilities cover the key areas of potential concern for businesses facing a crisis.
assess and respond to potential crisis situations
manage and remedy crises when they occur, which includes:
responding to cyberattacks, data breaches, thefts of trade secrets
recalls of defective products and dealing with production downtimes
reports on transgressions and misconduct
responding to regulatory and criminal investigations
responding to unexpected political and/or media issues
developing and implementing crisis response plans and prevention measures
Adapting (to) circumstances – the CFO crisis management checklist
The precise impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global and regional economies remains far from certain. On the other hand, it is more or less accepted that most, if not all corporations will need to adapt to new market circumstances.
At a time when we are all dependent on our IT systems and when digital assets are of central importance, cybersecurity is one of the most critical aspects to protect our businesses, know-how and data from being stolen, disclosed, deleted and/or manipulated.
The coronavirus, or COVID-19, presents us with completely new challenges. There is significant uncertainty in people, and a need for detailed information about the situation. With the legal updates collected in our coronavirus info corner, we aim to provide specifics about certain legal aspects surrounding the coronavirus.
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