Flores v. The National Football League

  1. July 11, 2024

    NFL Arbitration Clause Is Still No Good, Flores Tells 2nd Circ.

    Former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores implored the Second Circuit to keep his racial discrimination suit against the NFL out of arbitration Thursday, telling the court that the closed-door process is "highly oppressive" and tramples over federal law.

  2. April 12, 2024

    Off The Bench: Ohtani 'Victim' In Theft, Arbitration Nod To NFL

    In this week's Off The Bench, Shohei Ohtani looks to get off the hook on sports-betting allegations while his former interpreter faces charges, the NFL wins a critical court victory in the Brian Flores lawsuit, and troubled WWE founder Vince McMahon cuts even more financial ties with the company.

  3. April 11, 2024

    2nd Circ. Rules Flores Can't Block NFL's Arbitration Challenge

    The Second Circuit on Thursday handed the NFL a win in its effort to overturn a decision that kept former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores' racial discrimination lawsuit out of arbitration, ruling Flores cannot cross-appeal the NFL's appeal of a lower court decision leaving the suit in federal court.

  4. January 22, 2024

    NFL Coaches Push 2nd Circ. To Deny Attempt To Toss Appeal

    Former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores and his co-plaintiffs have argued before the Second Circuit that they are allowed to appeal a lower-court ruling compelling arbitration against the NFL in their racial discrimination lawsuit, contrary to the NFL's claim that they have no right to do so.

  5. January 01, 2024

    10 Sports And Betting Cases To Watch In 2024

    An ever-increasing volume of lawsuits involving the NCAA highlights the list of sports and betting cases to watch in 2024, including battles over athletes' right to compensation for their name, image and likeness and their fight to collectively bargain and be designated as employees. Plus, racial discrimination suits against the NFL, and more. Here, Law360 looks at the top sports and betting cases the legal world will be watching in the new year.