Monthly Archives: April 2019

Another self-inflicted crisis. The Streisand effect strikes again.

Why do supposedly smart lawyers sometimes let their clients do dumb stuff? Or alternatively, why do some celebrities create a self-inflicted reputational crisis where it didn’t need to exist? Case in point is US Congressman Devin Nunes, who has just sued Twitter … Continue reading

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No Boeing. An “abundance of caution” is not good enough

In the wake of a major disaster, words matter. And for Boeing to say it grounded the troubled 737 Max8 aircraft in “an abundance of caution” was a particularly unhelpful choice of words. Within just five months, two of the … Continue reading

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