Cheerleaders’ antitrust tactic less than rousing so far
A group of former NFL cheerleaders filed a lawsuit against the league earlier this year alleging underpayment along with a conspiracy claim that the NFL prohibits the cheerleaders from seeking employment with other professional cheerleading teams and discussing their earnings with each other. Kelsey K. v. NFL Enterprises LLC, 2017 WL 2311312 (N.D. Cal. 2017).On May 25, a federal judge ruled that lead plaintiff, Kelsey K., a …
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