Unfair labor charge against NCAA may offer NLRB new test case on college athlete's rights

Nov 16, 2021

In the latest effort to have college athletes recognized as employees under federal law, the College Basketball Players Association (CBPA) has filed an unfair labor practices charge (ULP) against the NCAA. CBPA is a new, California-based advocacy organization led by a former University of Minnesota regent Michael Hsu, a management consultant, and his attorney and cousin, Gino Kwok.

Source: Sportico