Discrimination Sports Law

Former NHL Star Files Heterosexual Discrimination Complaint Against Former Employer

Jeremy Roenick, a nine time NHL All-Star and former NBC analyst, is suing his former employer for wrongful termination. Roenick’s complaint hinges on, “discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation”[1]. In December of 2019, while appearing on Barstool Sports’ Spittin Chiclets podcast, Roenick made sexual comments about his co-worker Kathryn Tappen and his wife. Roenick referenced […]


Bright House Earns Big Copyright Win Internet Service Providers

Defendant Bright House Networks LLC has been granted its motion to dismiss music rights holder UMG Recordings, Inc., et al., (Plaintiffs) vicarious infringement claims because Plaintiffs failed to sufficiently allege a direct financial benefit. Bright House Networks LLC is one of the “largest internet service providers (“ISPs”) in the country.” UMG Recordings, Inc. et al […]

Antitrust Sports Law

The National Collegiate Appeals Association

Per Steve Berkowitz, the NCAA announced that it plans to appeal the recent decision of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a 2019 decision by Judge Claudia Wilken. This appeal would be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court if selected. As leading sports law expert Darren Heitner pointed out, this is far […]

First Amendment

Is The Yankees Hair Policy A Violation Of The Constitution?

Former National League MVP and five-time All-Star outfielder Andrew McCutchen recently stated that the “Yankees’ hair rules take away from our individualism.” McCutchen was traded from Pittsburgh to San Francisco and then again to New York within the span of 2018. McCutchen was a member of the Yankees team after being acquired at the now […]