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Student-Athletes as Employees—the Changing Landscape of Collegiate Athletics



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Description: A discussion about the impact of the recent ruling in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Johnson v. NCAA, where the court denied the NCAA/several local college’s (Villanova, Drexel, Lasalle, Penn, Temple, Penn State, etc.) motion to dismiss and held that the complaint plausibly alleges that the students are employees of the colleges for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The plaintiffs are student athletes who engage in interscholastic athletic activity for their colleges and universities and allege that they are employees who should be paid for the time they spend related to those athletic activities. The webinar will discuss the case status (including the status of the interlocutory appeal), the court’s decision, how the case impacts student-athletes and universities, and the interplay between the case and NIL developments.
 
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Chris Lucca is a partner at Conrad O’Brien where he represents companies, as well as their executives and employees, on employment-related matters, including reductions in force, severance agreements, employment agreements, hiring guidelines, and personnel-related documents.
 
Chris also represents individuals and employers in state and federal employment discrimination matters involving claims of sexual harassment; retaliation; discrimination on the basis of age, disability, pregnancy, race, national origin, or sex; and violations of the Family Medical Leave Act. Outside of employment litigation, Chris works with Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and individuals in litigation involving business tort claims, contractual disputes, and complex personal injury matters. Chris earned his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law where he served as the Associate Editor of Student Works for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal and his B.A. from Virginia Tech, where he graduated cum laude.
 
David Singh is an associate at Conrad O’Brien. He represents commercial businesses, private individuals, and educational institutions in a wide variety of commercial and civil litigation matters in state and federal courts, including actions involving contract, labor/employment, real estate, and construction issues, as well as compliance with applicable regulations. He has significant experience navigating state and federal court systems in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His experience extends to all phases of litigation, from initial consultation through trial.
 
David earned his law degree from Villanova University of Law, where he served as a student attorney in the Villanova University School of Law Clinic for Asylum, Refugee, and Emigrant Services. He earned his undergraduate degree from Drexel University – Pennoni Honors College, where he graduated magna cum laude.


Practice Areas: Education Law, Employment Law, Labor Law
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 05/16/2022 12:00 PM EDT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 0 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Speakers:
Christopher Lucca, Esq. - Conrad O Brien PC
David Singh, Esq. - Conrad O Brien PC
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