The GC’s role in the digital revolution: Corporate campaigns

Labor/employment practice is no longer just about contracts and conditions

It’s no longer just the danger of bad stories going viral. In the digital age, corporations face a very different and unprecedented threat. Now, an array of hostile forces has integrated strategies, collaborating in multifaceted campaigns to put targeted companies or industries on the defensive, damage reputations and secure significant changes in corporate policy.

They’re often referred to as “corporate campaigns” or “global strategic campaigns.” The adversaries include labor unions, activist groups, minority shareholders and plaintiffs’ lawyers. Their agendas are mutually supportive, such that a lawsuit or an attack on a company’s environmental practices can be leveraged to force concessions to union organizers.

Richard Levick

Richard Levick, Esq., is the chairman and CEO of Levick. Follow him on Twitter @RichardLevick.

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