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The Rules of Crisis Management in Business, Politics and Life: The Only Rules in Washington D.C. That are 100% Non-Partisan
When is it appropriate to say, “No comment,” as an attorney in the middle of tough litigation? Where the media almost always gets it wrong and you don’t want to prejudice the judge and maybe the jury?

Lanny Davis, a veteran litigator and attorney for over 50 years, but also a media expert as an attorney, has an answer other than, “Always say no comment.” He will give you the answer and many other war stories from the Clinton White House to Martha Stewart to Michael Cohen as part of his unique combination of law practice and media in support of same—under attorney-client privilege until he talks to media.