In Rare Case, Fired Coach Receives $50,000 Settlement From Parents in Defamation Lawsuit


In Rare Case, Fired Coach Receives $50,000 Settlement from Parents In Defamation Lawsuit
by Bob Cook, Contributor, Forbes.com

It’s hardly news these days when parents launch a campaign to have a school coach fired, even (or especially) one who has a long, successful record…more

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