The back and forth between the NFL’s players and owners continues this week as the matter will come before a federal judge.
The Associated Press reports that opinions differ on what the outcome may be. Coastal Law’s Rick Karcher thinks the court will avoid setting a very dangerous precedent.
“There’s nothing in the labor laws or by court precedent anywhere that says the labor force in a workplace has to be a certified union,” Karcher said. “That’s dangerous precedent, and I don’t think any court would order such a thing. That’s why I think the union has a stronger case.”