Crisis Management

At MCG we pride ourselves on the number of times we have helped clients avoid a crisis situation by providing wise counsel to prevent events from becoming media issues.  When problems do arise we offer proven strategies to minimize negative coverage and address issues in an ethical manner.

 

In many instances reporters have decided not to pursue a story or interview because of timely intervention by the MCG team. Ask us for examples of incidents involving programs such as 60 Minutes, 20/20, Dateline and others.

  • Allegations of discrimination/racial/age
  • Body part found near food
  • Botulism poisoning
  • Disputed land use and zoning cases
  • Employee sabotage/theft
  • Environmental remediation projects
  • Failed health department inspections
  • Food poisoning
  • Hepatitis outbreaks
  • Illegal genetically engineered ingredients in food
  • Homeland security issues
  • Internet attacks and rumors
  • Litigation/federal/state and local
  • Mad Cow disease
  • Medical malpractice
  • Mislabeled food products
  • Mold and environmental issues
  • Poor food handling practices
  • Price fixing
  • Probate issues
  • Racial discrimination
  • Recalls and food allergies
  • Security issues
  • Sexual misconduct
  • Social media attacks
  • Supply chain quality and safety issues
  • Violations of Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Workplace deaths and injuries

Crisis Situations we've handled:

Crisis Management

Protect Your Business

Public Policy

Litigation Support

Media Training

Counter Social Media Attacks