Sally Abrahamson, of Outten and Golden, in New York, talks with The Employment Law Channel about the case against Fox Searchlight Pictures, where a New York district court ruled that the interns working on a movie project should have been paid.
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In a ruling desitined to change forever the legal concept of student athletics, the NLRB ruled that football players from Northwestern University should be defined as employees and as such are allowed under law to unionize and collectively bargain for benefits.
In this featured video of the Legal Broadcast Network, noted law professor Robert McCormick of the University of Michigan joins Speaking of Justice to discuss the implications of this stunning decision. The impact on labor law, NCAA and University control of all income derived from television and other revenue sources as well as future medical liability issues are now on the table.