On October 24, Morrison Mahoney Partner Gareth Notis will lead an hour-long panel at the Crisis Management Conference hosted by BridgeTower Media and Lawyers Weekly at Suffolk University Law School. Titled "Navigating Discrimination and Harassment Claims Brought by a Current Employee in the #MeToo Era", the panel will address how to manage an employee who is actively pursuing a discrimination or harassment claim against an employer.
For the full conference agenda, click here.
Other topics addressed during the panel include:
- Dealing with remediation: How to keep the complainant and the accused appropriately separated
- When to conduct a formal investigation
- How to handle serious allegations against a senior, valuable employee
- Handling prior lawsuits against the accused and the company
Kara DelTufo, Associate General Counsel at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Sandy Lish, Principal/Co-Founder of The Castle Group, will also be speaking on the panel. The entire conference, focusing on best practices for crisis management, will take place from 9am-3pm. For more information about the conference, please click here.
About the 2019 Crisis Management Conference
You’ll hear tips and lessons from the experts on how to handle a crisis from PR, legal, and financial perspectives; what to do in the moment of crisis, during, and after to minimize risk and loss for your business; and in some cases even leverage the crisis for business success.
This conference will give you the information you need to create a plan and be prepared in the event of crises such as technology attacks, personnel scandal, civil or criminal investigation.