When a major construction company had a worksite fatality dwf crisis response provided immediate support in effectively protecting their legal position, keeping a cool head in dealing with the press and provided psychological support teams. The instant and well-judged response led to damage limitation and a high level of reputation protection.– Case study: Managing a work-site fatality
Crisis situations may vary from organisation to organisation, but whether you find yourself dealing with a serious health and safety failure, catastrophic fire or flood, breach of data security, allegation of financial fraud, suspected abuse claim, environmental leak or controversial legal proceedings our experts can guide and assist you.
DWF Crisis Response brings together specialist consultants with detailed knowledge of managing crisis situations for your business. These include lawyers, PR specialists, clinical psychologists, IT forensics specialists and industry bodies as well as consultants specialising in safeguarding online reputation.
Cyber risk has quickly become one of the biggest threats a business can face. It runs right through every businesses operations – be it customer and employee data, online sales, financial information, logistics, payroll, IP, IT infrastructure and connected manufacturing. The threats are manifest - from inside and outside, malicious and not. Our experts and specialist partner organisations can help you to prepare and manage a cyber crisis.
DWF Crisis Response has all the expertise and experience to help you prepare for any business crisis. Recent winner of the Law Firm Innovation Award at Legal Week’s British Legal Awards, and Product of the Year at the 2015 Alarm awards, DWF Crisis Response will ensure that you come out of any situation with your reputation, business and financial status intact.
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We also offer a range of training packages to help you and your business to be prepared and resilient in the event of an unprecedented crisis situation.
For more information download the DWF Crisis Response brochure
Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or we can be of any further assistance.
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