Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens attacked his fiancée in an elevator. Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady is in a protracted battle over whether he had game balls underinflated. The NFL has been in headlines in recent months for much more than what takes place on the field. You don’t have to be a sports fan to take note and business leaders might learn a thing or two (either what to do, or what to avoid) from about how the NFL conducted its internal investigations.

In our latest podcast, we talk to Timothy McConnell, co-chair of the Labor & Employment Practice Group at the law firm Baker Donelson about how the NFL’s internal investigations compare to a similar corporate process? Are there takeaways to be had in terms of confidentiality, whistleblowers, e-discovery, and ensuring a fair outcome?

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