I spoke to Rick Karcher, a professor at the Florida Coastal School of Law and former prospect in the Atlanta Braves system. He agrees with Stevens’ reading of the law. “I would say that MLB is in violation of GINA,” he says. “GINA clearly states that it’s an unlawful employment practice for an employer to request or require genetic information with respect to an employee or a family member of an employee.”
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Ever wonder why exactly you love sports so much? The final day of MLB’s regular season says it all, according to Roger Groves. He explains in his latest SportsMoney piece.
Roger Groves uses his column at SportsMoney to dissect a wide range of sports topics involving the law. In his latest posts, he tackles different issues regarding LeBron James, the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Check the links below:
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