When litigation ensues
, corporations are often ill-equipped to stop backup tape recycling, intentional spoliation or unintentional data overwriting.
Otherwise, a timeout ensues
and has the effect discussed above.
Instead, the film should be treated as a product, "something created and brought to market, not too dissimilar from breast implants." If something goes wrong with the product, he concluded, "either by design or defect, and injury ensues
, then its makers are held responsible.
A cascade of tissue-destroying reactions typically ensues
for two to three weeks, in some cases ultimately reuiring esophageal replacement.
Talespin: Public Relations Disasters--Inside Stories & Lessons Learned is an anthology of true public relations gaffes--from the brouhaha that ensues
when two sports mascots get into an all-to-real physical altercation on the field, to the infamous Ford vehicle/Firestone tire defects considered responsible for the loss of dozens of lives.
is a series of hair (and fur!) raising adventures in his school.
A dangerous global game of cat and mouse ensues
, blurring the line between good and evil and leaving room for only one survivor.