If you followed the Penn State, Rutgers, USC or numerous other recent scandals that put prominent educational institutions on the front page of the newspaper, or was the lead off report on ESPN’s Sports Center, you understand that these scandals did not stop at the doors of the athletic facility or with the responsible person. Instead they reverberated throughout those institutions and resulted in dismissals of coaches, athletic directors, general counsels and presidents. This webinar is designed for those people with the most to lose and will provide an understanding of what policies and procedures need to be in place to best manage the potential risk associated with a damaging event.
CLE credit is no longer available for this recording.
October 30, 2013
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