U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Proves They Can Win On and Off the Field: Judge Grants Class Action Status in Their Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

The disparity between the men and women's national soccer teams is quite shocking. Each player on the U.S. Women's National Team, according to documents obtained by The Guardian, could receive about $260,000 in maximum earnings for winning the Women's World Cup. Each player on the U.S. Men's National Team, however, could have earned nearly $1... Continue Reading →

Mary Cain Exposes Nike’s Abusive Oregon Project

Last May Allyson Felix published a Op-Ed and accompanying video in the New York Times. Felix detailed some of the challenges and obstacles she encountered when returning to training and later competition after giving birth. Specifically female runners are likely to lose sponsorships and endorsements. These runners must overcome a perception that they won't be... Continue Reading →

Time’s Up: Court Rules that Former NFL Players’ Suit Against Riddell is Time-Barred

In 2016, more than 50 ex-NFL players, all of whom had sustained numerous concussions and were suffering attendant neurological impairments, filed a lawsuit against Riddell, Inc., the sports equipment manufacturer that made the helmets they wore while playing. In their complaint, the former NFL players claimed that while the sports equipment manufacturer “promoted [their] helmets... Continue Reading →

Browns Feeling Dangerous… Off The Field

Photo Credit: For The Win USA Today/Andrew Joseph The Cleveland Browns came into this NFL season with high aspirations, namely, winning the franchise's first Super Bowl. The Browns front office has added fuel to the fire of the lofty expectations by building a team of talented and outspoken players that the franchise has enabled to... Continue Reading →

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