John Leon Esq. has been recognized as a national corporate Crisis Management authority.
Below are recent articles regarding his work in this field.
ATTORNEY JOHN LEON TELLS INSURANCE TEAMS HOW TO PREPARE DURING A CRISIS.
“John. It’s not every day that we have access to a leading attorney who specializes in crisis communications, so let’s dive right in. Insurance marketing and communications teams are used to handling crisis communications, but the pandemic really tested our preparedness. Before we discuss strategy, can you tell us how you define a crisis?” READ MORE
Facing a Corporate Crisis? Here’s How to Respond
A corporate crisis is like a rapidly spreading virus that can infect various aspects of your company if not properly and expeditiously handled, corporate crisis management attorney John Leon says. A crucial thing to keep in mind though is that there is no fixed formula in dealing with all corporate crises. These are often complex situations with several different personalities caught in a web of constantly moving parts. READ MORE
The Evolution of Crisis Management During Trying Times:
Prior to the ongoing global pandemic, companies across America and the world had already turned to crisis management experts in a major way; According to a PWC survey, over 74% of companies that faced a major crisis from 2014 to 2019 sought outside help during a serious episode. READ MORE
Attorney John Leon: Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times
During the first eight months of my career, I had already worked on over fifteen jury trials. In 2003, I founded my own firm where I found myself representing or dealing with several Fortune 500 companies.READ MORE
We Spoke to John Leon, Attorney on Being an Effective Leader During Turbulent Times
Years ago, I won a jury trial. After that jury trial, the opposing party and their attorneys sought to overturn the jury’s verdict at a special hearing. Their motion was lengthy and complex. In response to their motion not set aside the jury verdict, I wrote a lengthy response that started as all motions do, with a summation of the facts of the case from the initial dispute between the parties to the eventual trial years later.