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June 17, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

NCAA Edges Closer to Being a Professional Sports League With $2.8B Class Action Settlement to Be Dispersed to Student Athletes

A landmark settlement in House v. NCAA was reached whereby the National Collegiate Athletic Association has agreed to pay nearly $2.8 billion in past damages for name, image, and likeness as part of the settlement to the Power 5 conferences (Big Ten, Big 12, PAC-12, Atlantic Coast Conference and Southeastern Conference).
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May 21, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Court Rejects Prophylactic Use of Affirmative Defenses, Sanctions Defendant

The ruling serves as a reminder to legal practitioners that pleadings should not be used as a testing ground for defenses but rather as a platform for assertions grounded in existing evidence and legal principles.
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April 19, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

UFC Fighters Battle for Fair Compensation

The clash centers around the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), the premier organization in MMA, and its fighters, who allege they have been shortchanged in terms of pay and benefits.
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March 20, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Ex-NFL Star and Penn State Fullback Turned Educator Files Lawsuit Alleging Systemic Racism Against School District

Omar Easy's claims paint a picture of a hostile work environment fraught with racial tension, unjust treatment and systemic prejudice. As the case unfolds, it raises critical questions about equity, inclusivity and the challenges faced by leaders of color in educational institutions.
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February 16, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Immigration Judge's Sexual Harassment of Employee Costs DOJ $1.2M

Shortly after the parties attended a Rule 16 conference, and without conducting any discovery whatsoever, the DOJ made a Rule 68 offer of judgment to Escoto. Reading between the lines of the litigation, it was apparent the DOJ did not want to subject Laurent to cross examination and wanted this matter to go away quickly.
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January 19, 2024 | The Legal Intelligencer

Ex-Public Defender's Sexual Harassment Claims Go to Trial Against Federal Judiciary

What if a complaint asserts that a federal judge or member of the judicial staff engaged in the misconduct? Surely that would be prohibited by federal law, right? How can those allegations, which impact upwards of 30,000 judicial employees, be addressed in such a way as to ensure confidence in the process and to protect an employee who believes he or she was discriminated against?
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November 22, 2023 | The Legal Intelligencer

Back to the Office You Go! Issues Impacting Remote Work in a Post-Pandemic World

Employees now comfortable (and even excelling) with working from home may face new challenges if employers mandate a return to the office.
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October 20, 2023 | The Legal Intelligencer

Student Athletes Consider Forming Labor Unions as They Look to Get Paid for Their Efforts

One of the most frequent questions that crosses the plane of sports and employment law, is whether college athletes should be paid? Student athletes contend that they should be treated as "employees," while educational institutions prefer to classify students as merely that, students.
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September 14, 2023 | The Legal Intelligencer

Some Courts Refusing to Compel Arbitration Since Enacting the EFAA

Several cases have challenged the enforceability of cram down arbitration agreements in the employment world. The results have been a bit of a mixed bag.
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August 17, 2023 | The Legal Intelligencer

Reproductive Rights Garnering More Attention in the Employment World

In the employment law world protection for reproductive rights can be found in a number of federal anti-discrimination statutes such as Title VII (sex discrimination), the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, and of course, the Family & Medical Leave Act.
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