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Global Crisis Management Regulatory Guide

Global Crisis Management Regulatory Guide

Welcome to the TerraLex global crisis management regulatory guide

When a crisis hits your organisation, you need to take action quickly. What practical steps can you and your team take to minimize the impact on your business? What are your reporting requirements in the relevant jurisdiction(s)? What legislation applies there?

Our guide provides you with the answers to these questions in relation to key jurisdictions and it supports your understanding of the relevant local legal framework. It also provides high level practical guidance for those crucial first 72 hours, together with contact details of the local TerraLex firm for when you need specialist advice.

A crisis, by its nature, is both serious and unexpected and your response and actions within the first 72 hours will most likely define its impact on your organisation.

It is therefore important to have in place robust procedures that, if followed, will help minimize the adverse consequences.

The crisis checklist below includes next steps which are common across all jurisdictions. Please refer to the chapter for the relevant jurisdiction for more detailed guidance on your obligations in that country.

How to Use: You can use the tools below to create bespoke reports for the jurisdiction(s) and topic(s) covered. Click into single jurisdiction for one location or use the compare tool to compare multiple jurisdictions. Select the jurisdictions and topics of interest to create your unique report. You also have the option to print or download using the ellipsis button in the top right corner.

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