Here’s a coronavirus content tip:

Make sure the reporters with whom your lawyers have close connections are added to your client alert lists, especially as you are producing so much timely content right now related to COVID-19.

Several of my clients have gotten media opportunities directly from the alerts they sent to specific reporters, resulting

When it comes to content, being sensitive to current market conditions and disseminating content and programs that are designed to inform your clients and help them navigate this unprecedented time should be your only guiding principle. Here are a few things not to do right now during the coronavirus outbreak when it comes to content

I’m not quite sure what day of the week it is because it certainly doesn’t feel like a Saturday in locked down New York City during the coronavirus outbreak. But I do know that it’s perfectly okay to not be okay right now.

They say we should maintain social distancing but really what they mean

A friend sent me this today and it really hit home for me on so many levels.

She said “You fall, you rise, you make mistakes, you live, you learn. You’re human, not perfect. You’ve been hurt, but you’re alive. Think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive – to breathe, to

I just heard a story where a firm had to issue an apology email a few minutes after sending what was an auto-reminder by email for an event in May that is no longer happening due to the coronavirus outbreak.

While the event was previously cancelled, the pre-scheduled reminder that was sent out each week

I am working with a client on ensuring we have thought of everything when it comes to preparing for the majority of employees working from home during the coronavirus crisis.

Some firms have completely shifted to a remote working model, which means you likely do not have a receptionist manning the phones, especially small- and