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March 17, 2022

In the landmark Wage and Hour Case, Dr. Brian Kriegler’s work helped bring a large victory for former and current Minor League players.

Managing Director Brian Kreigler’s work was pivotal in the determination of class certification for the Minor League Baseball former and current players.

To learn more about the case and the judge’s decision to rule Minor League players as MBL employees:

ESPN: Judge rules Major League Baseball violated wage law for minor leaguers

Law360: Minor Leaguers Ruled MLB Employees In Minimum Wage Suit 

 

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