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Teams find safety in numbers when it comes to their legal staff

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 11 / 15

On a recent spring afternoon, Danna Haydar, who handles legal work for the Tampa Bay Lightning and its arena, found herself on a hot streak. For several months she noticed her to-do lists never dipped below 77 items. On this day, Haydar had trimmed her tasks down to a mere 64 items. Will you stil...

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