How Ezekiel Elliott's 2nd Circ. Case Could Upend Arbitration

A Second Circuit decision in favor of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott in his fight to vacate a six-game domestic violence suspension could fundamentally alter the state of labor law and bulldoze over deference to federal arbitrators’ decisions, experts told Law360 on Monday.

Because the Second Circuit has said Elliott must serve his suspension while he pursues an appeal but hasn't made a ruling on the merits of the case, sports and labor attorneys are watching closely to see what the court will decide about the...

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