Bullying in professional sports: Adapting to an evolving legal landscape and mitigating risk
Published 03 February 2014 By: Michael Gregg
In this article Michael Gregg, evaluates the legal risks of bullying in professional sports using the recent Miami Dolphins scandal. Michael suggests some key points that employers in professional sports should take to mitigate the risk.
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