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VIKINGS MAY FACE MORE LEGAL PROBLEMS FROM EMPLOYEES
Published February 6, 1995
Minneapolis attorney Marshall Tanick said he represents "a dozen employees and former employees who have found it necessary to hire an attorney to resolve issues related to the Vikings' workplace." Tanick said there are no sexual harassment claims and that about half his clients still work for the team (Bruce Orwall, Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 2/2). GREEN A HOSTAGE? STAR-TRIBUNE columnist Joe Soucheray criticizes the team for their "poorly staged theatrics" in the videotape the team released of Dennis Green talking about the incident. Soucheray: "I am convinced that Dennis Green, like Bobby Hall, was saying only what his captors forced him to say" (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 2/2).