Superstorm Sandy showed law firms how important it is to be prepared for the unexpected. Damage to facilities, lack of transportation, loss of power, and inability to access critical documents were all costly threats to firms’ productivity. Looking forward, not having inclusive, updated, and tested Business Continuity plans in place could mean attorneys and staff won’t have the support they need during future crises and recovery efforts. Join a selection of America’s leading legal administrators as they share key steps they have taken to protect their firms in a crisis.
Originally broadcast: April 9, 2013
- Susan Mitchell, Business Continuity Manager, WilmerHale
- Susan Scattergood, Director of Operations, Fried Frank
- John Hartnett, Director of Administration, Alston + Bird
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