Crisis Manager, Author and Former Special Counsel to President Bill Clinton
Lanny J. Davis is a lawyer, crisis manager, consultant, author, and television commentator who counsels individuals, corporations, and others under scrutiny on crisis management and legal issues with developing legal, media and governmental strategies that are designed to best produce successful results for his clients. Lanny is a praciticing attorney, providing legal advice that includes…
Lanny J. Davis is a lawyer, crisis manager, consultant, author, and television commentator who counsels individuals, corporations, and others under scrutiny on crisis management and legal issues with developing legal, media and governmental strategies that are designed to best produce successful results for his clients.
Lanny is a praciticing attorney, providing legal advice that includes crisis managment and media strategies that affect legal outcomes. Although a Democrat, Lanny has friends on both sides of the aisle. During the Clinton administration, Lanny served as special counsel to President Bill Clinton and was a spokesperson for the President and the White House on matters concerning campaign finance investigations and other legal issues. In 2005 President George W. Bush appointed Lanny to serve on the five-member Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, created by the U.S. Congress as part of the 2005 Intelligence Reform Act. Lanny is currently a Fox News Contributor and has a column that appears regularly in The Hill, The Huffington Post, FoxNews.com, The Daily Caller, and Newmax.
Ernie was perfect for our Elders Conference at Little River Casino Resort in Manistee, Michigan. We will definitely be using PDA again!
LITTLE RIVER BAND OF OTTAWA INDIANS
Our speaker was great and the crowd enjoyed her! She was very engaging. Thank you again PDA for the great list of suggestions!
Everything went great! and our speaker was wonderful! Thank you so much for all your help PDA! Looking forward to the next one.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – KANSAS CITY
I hope that this message finds you well. We had a phenomenal time with Atsuko this past Thursday. We wanted to just let you know how amazing she was. All those that were in attendance thoroughly enjoyed her and had nothing but amazing things to say about her. Thank you for working with us to make sure this happened!
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
We had a fantastic day with Inge! She was very engaging with all those that attended. Her personal stories about the holocaust were very special and we were moved that she was willing to share them with everyone. Thank you again, PDA for all your hard work and dedication to make this program such a success!
SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Dear PDA Group, Thank you so much for your hard work in scheduling our speaker! From the moment we reached out to you the first time, you worked with us on all details and logistics and kept us up-to-date on the progress. Thank you for all your hard work on making our event such a success! We couldn't have done it without you and your team!
Thank you again, Dr. Kimbrough, for a great presentation, our attendees are still talking about it!
Dr. Henry Lee's presentation was entertaining, insightful and wise. I, and everyone at Pfizer, especially appreciate the remarks you directed about following your passion and preparing yourself to excel. Thank you, everyone, at PDA for helping to make this happen!
The event was successful! I received many messages expressing how awesome, outstanding and inspiring Ms. Webb-Christburg's speech was."
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL BREAKFAST, BOSTON, MLK SPEAKER
Everything went well. Atsuko was very easy to work with and the students enjoyed her performance! Thank you again for your recommendation and I hope to work with you again in the future!
CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
Dr. Novello left this morning after a very successful event on our campus! Thank you PDA Group for your help from the first phone to the last you were with us every step of the way.
GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
Jordan Carlos was very very entertaining! A majority of students who answered the event survey indicated they really enjoyed Jordan and definitely will bring him back!
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
On behalf of myself and my organization Entertainment Unlimited the Campus Programming Board of Ferris State University, we thank you PDA and Dan for a successful event!! Dan was magnificent! Students really enjoyed the presentation. I know I did. Can't wait to bring in more programs with PDA Group.
FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY
It was a great pleasure to work with PDA Group! The communication was always prompt, friendly and helpful. We loved the speakers and events we booked through Mr. Peter Walker (PDA Group).
WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
Thank you, Peter, for all your help, you'll be happy to know that the event went incredibly well! Aneesa Ferreira was by far one of the best speakers we've ever had!
Crisis management: What to do when the ?!#@ hits the fan?
Lanny Davis shares his stories working on several of the biggest issues and crises of our time. What keeps you up all night and what don’t you want the New York Times to write about? Davis reveals what individuals and companies must do to survive the inevitable crossfire. As President Bill Clinton’s chief spokesman Davis was the White House’s first line of defense against the press corps and the reporters’ first point of contact. From rapid response to the war room, Lanny Davis gives an animated, insightful and sometimes comedic presentation that will leave your audience wanting more.
Lanny Davis has handled the cases of public figures from Martha Stewart to Dan Snyder, from Whole Foods to Representative Charlie Rangel. Drawn from Davis’s extensive background working on high-profile cases, Lanny discusses how he assisted countless companies, politicians, and celebrities get out from under dark storm clouds and how an evolving crisis can be solved.
What keeps you up all night and what don’t you want the New York Times to write about? Lanny reveals what individuals and companies must do to survive the inevitable crossfire. As President Bill Clinton’s chief spokesman for handling “scandal matters,” Davis had the unenviable job of briefing reporters and answering their pointed questions against the president and his aides. He was the White House’s first line of defense against the press corps and the reporters’ first point of contact. Lanny discusses his 3 legged stool approach to all crisis’s involving law, media and politics.
(1) Advantages of having attorney-client privilege to develop most effective, accurate and complete media messages
(2) Media-monitoring of critical issues for clients
(3) Developing proactive communications strategies to address client problems, including use of media and litigation to achieve client solutions
From rapid response to the war room, Lanny Davis gives an animated, insightful and sometimes comedic presentation that will leave your audience wanting more.
An Insider’s View on National Politics
Lanny Davis gives an insider’s view on what’s happening behind the scenes in Washington. As he frequently does during frequent appearances on Fox News and other cable news shows, Davis is not afraid to tell it like it is and debate other individuals.
Successful Governing Thru Leadership, Strength, and Consensus
Lanny Davis provides his ideas for solutions-based governing in Washington. As one of President Clinton’s closest advisors; he knows first-hand what strategies are necessary to reach consensus and eliminate the gridlock in Washington.
‘Crisis Management in the Age of the Internet: How to Fight the Misinformation “Swarm of Bees”
Finding your solution in Washington: A New Approach
Dispute Resolution – A Non-Mediating Approach
When Will They Ever Learn? Why Crisis Management 101 Rules Are Forgotten
Why Lawyers Need to Learn How to Talk To Media – Rather Than “No Comment”
The Need for Attorney Client Privilege for Effective Crisis Management
The One Exception to “Tell I All, Early” Rule of Crisis Management – Criminal Investigations – But What to Do Anyway
Lanny Davis talks "Crisis Tales" at the Nixon Library
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