Law & Policy: Civil Actions
Still, They'll Be Limited to One 3-Ounce Container of Hair Oil
by Andrew Cohen October 2009
The Vancouver 2010 Integrated Security Unit has announced that Sikhs will be permitted to carry ceremonial daggers less than 7.5 inches in length to the Winter Games. The dagger, called a kirpan, is one of the articles of faith that all observant Sikhs must wear, which include uncut hair, a wooden comb to secure the hair (worn in combination with a turban), an iron bracelet and a cotton singlet.
Court: Athlete's Anorexia Not the Result of Coach's Verbal Abuse
by John T. Wolohan September 2009
On appeal, an athlete's anorexia is found not to be the result of her coach's verbal abuse.
By Siding with Wheelchair-Using Spectators, Court May Influence future ADA Litigation
by John T. Wolohan August 2009
Modest Payment Settles High School Discrimination Case
by Andrew Cohen & John T. Wolohan August 2009
A school district pays out a small sum but gets what it wants in the settlement of a gender-discrimination lawsuit; "Sports Law" contributor John T. Wolohan explains why settlements are the rule and not the exception.
How to Handle a Sexual Harassment Complaint
by Rick Searing May 2009
Recommended steps for handling a sexual harassment complaint in your workplace.
Company Charged With Failure to Test Refurbished Football Helmets
by Michael Popke February 2009
A reconditioning company is charged with failure to test refurbished football helmets.
Waiver Thwarts Injured Skiers Negligence Lawsuit
by John T. Wolohan February 2009
An injured skier sees his negligence lawsuit slam right into a back-of-ticket waiver.
Girls' Coach in a Friday Night Title IX Fight
by Andrew Cohen February 2009
Coach Amber Parker wants Title IX to be enforced at Franklin County High School.
Wisconsin Court Dumps Dropped Cheerleader
by Andrew Cohen January 2009
The Wisconsin Supreme Court rules that Brittany Noffke cannot sue the teammate responsible for spotting her.
Researching Fitness Center Certification Requirements
by Doyice J. Cotten January 2009
Your fitness center's certification requirements should go beyond taking an employee's word for it. Research the certifying organization and make a paper trail to help avoid client injury and litigation.