Although the underlying facts in the cases against executives differ from those against athletes, executives can gain some valuable insights into their own risks, and into ways to protect against those risks, by reading about the prosecutions of athletes, especially the highly publicized prosecution of Barry Bonds, says attorney Michael J. Shepard. However, few executives get the level of hero worship that 762 homers brings, so they should appreciate that their road may be rougher than his.
What Corporate Defendants Can Learn From the Barry Bonds Case
The National Law Journal
July 15, 2009
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