Friday Sports Briefs

The Law of March Madness The NCAA Tournament tipped off this afternoon.  At the same time, office pools across the country began.  Dan Schwartz, publisher of the Connecticut Employment Law Blog, discusses the legality of the ubiquitous March Madness pool: I’ve discussed office pools and such in detail in a previous post, but the short […]

Family Sues Little League, Retailer and Metal Bat Manufacturer Over Personal Injuries Sufferred by Child

By Jarett L. Warner   The family of a fourteen year old boy has commenced a lawsuit against a Little League affiliate, a sporting goods retailer and the bat’s manufacturer.  Twelve year old Steven Domalewski was injured while pitching for his baseball team in 2006, when a line drive struck him in the chest and […]