No New Trial For Elgin Baylor In Clippers Termination Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (November 4, 2011, 4:06 PM EDT) -- A California state judge on Friday refused Elgin Baylor's request for a new trial in his wrongful termination lawsuit against the Los Angeles Clippers, dismissing the former NBA star's contention that he had been blocked from presenting evidence about team owner Donald Sterling's alleged racism.

Following a March trial, jurors rejected all of Baylor's claims against Sterling and Clippers President Andy Roeser. Baylor, 77, alleged that under Sterling's leadership, he was subjected to a hostile work environment, age discrimination and harassment, which ultimately led to him...
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