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Fox’s Handling Of O’Reilly Complaints Is A Cautionary Tale

Law360, New York (April 24, 2017, 6:30 PM EDT) -- When a major star and moneymaker has a history of sexually harassing employees, the company may have to choose between protecting the star and handling the employee complaints appropriately.

For any responsible company, there is no choice but to handle the complaints properly.

In this case, the company went the other way, which should serve as a lesson to other companies because Fox did not eliminate the problem, it only allowed it to fester in a way that ultimately ruined the star, further eroded the company’s reputation and left far too many victims along the way.

As the situation recently came...

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