Writer

David Seligman

David Seligman is Director of Towards Justice in Denver, Colorado. There, he litigates cases on behalf of low-wage workers attacking labor market abuses like wage theft and antitrust violations. He's also a Contributing Author at the National Consumer Law Center, where he writes on forced arbitration of consumer and employment disputes.
Kap, Collusion, and Labor Market Competition

Kap, Collusion, and Labor Market Competition

There are only a few dozen people on the planet who can play QB in the NFL. Colin Kaepernick is one of them. Yet, even though he’s expressed an eagerness to return to the playing field, Kaepernick has now been passed over for QB positions on several clubs. Many NFL stars--including Tom Brady, Richard Sherman, and Brandon Weedon (who was recently hired over Kaepernick for the Ravens’ backup role)--are convinced that Kap’s got the talent to be on the field. If that’s true, then why is he still out of work?