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Communicating Distress in the Digital Age – Insolvency/Bankruptcy/Restructuring

United States: Communicating Distress in the Digital Age

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During times of business uncertainty, the company’s message to customers, suppliers and employees can either inspire confidence or foster anxiety. This is more true than ever in the age of digital and social media. In a Chapter 11 scenario, then, engaging with, rather than dodging, press calls may be the preferred approach. This provides the opportunity to craft the message as well as address leaked misinformation.

For more on this topic, listen to Restructure THIS! Podcast Episode 6 hosted by Sheppard Mullin’s partner, Justin Bernbrock, who interviews Sydney Isaac and Dan Scorpio of the communication company Abernathy MacGregor.

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Sheppard Mullin’s Restructure This! podcast explores the latest trends and controversies in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, business insolvency, and distressed investing. Join host Justin Bernbrock, a partner in the firm’s Finance and Bankruptcy Group, as he and his guests discuss popular, and sometimes less popular, developments in the wild west of the legal world of bankruptcy and high-yield transactions. Subscribe on the show to receive each new episode delivered directly to your podcast player on Apple podcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music Where embroiderer.

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