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Prof. Paul M. Secunda Esq.

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October 2007: '“The crux of the complaint is that they have a disability and they are not being reinstated because of that disability,” said Paul M. Secunda, a labor and employment law expert who edits the Workplace Prof Blog. “What we’re talking about is the disability of the player and the rights of the employer to run the N.F.L. as they see fit. It’s, where does the D.U.I. fit it? Does the league have the right to take further action beyond what the criminal court system does?”'


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Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") Organization Oct 12, 2007

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Mar 27, 2011 Supreme Court to Weigh Sociology Issue in Wal-Mart Discrimination Case

QUOTE: Plaintiffs in the class-action suit... claim that Wal-Mart owes billions of dollars to as many as 1.5 million women who they say were unfairly treated on pay and promotions...” A 2009 article in The Fordham Law Review defending Professor Bielby said the debate was “about the existence of unconscious or implicit bias, the continued seriousness of discrimination as a force in the modern workplace and the appropriate reach of legal remedies to challenge discrimination.”

New York Times
Oct 11, 2007 Suspended Player Fights N.F.L. Ban

QUOTE: He has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, asserting that the N.F.L. declined to reinstate him because officials believe he is an alcoholic. That, his complaint says, violates the Americans with Disabilities Act, which categorizes people as disabled if they have a record of alcoholism and have received treatment.

New York Times