Will Gruden fight on?

A version of this article was initially published on Forbes.com.

This week, the Nevada Supreme Court reversed a lower court holding that Jon Gruden, former head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, did not have to arbitrate his claims against the National Football League and Commissioner Roger Goodell. Mr. Gruden, whose claims relate to his forced resignation in October 2021, now faces the prospect of an arbitration process that may – or may not – be controlled by Commissioner Goodell.

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Pregnancy regs, harassment guidance under fire.

A lot has changed since Mother's Day 2023.

Better late than never.

A version of this article was initially published on Forbes.com.

The TL;DR version.

What will change?

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article initially appeared in the Sports Business Journal. Constangy represents the National Collegiate Athletic Association in Johnson v. NCAA, a case in which student-athletes allege that they should be considered “employees” for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act and state analogs. The opinions expressed in this article are those of Chris, not of his firm or the NCAA.

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Just a little harm will do.

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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