Tag Archives: EEOC

Universities and Professional Sports Franchises Face Potential Of Unintended Legal Exposure For Well-Intentioned Employment Decisions

Despite the ongoing changes to the workplace in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing remains unchanged: federal EEO laws and their role in the workplace. As colleges and universities and professional sports organizations make plans for the resumption of play in the next couple of months, university presidents and league officials must address their … Continue Reading

Defeating Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination on the Field

While Jason Collins, the first male professional athlete currently playing on a U.S. sports team to announce he is gay, may have received overwhelming public support, Collins’s personal journey was no doubt a difficult one.  Similarly, NCAA basketball player Brittney Griner recently acknowledged she is gay and discussed her experiences being bullied as a child.  … Continue Reading
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