League of Justice Launches First Interactive Live-Stream For Sports Fans Hosted By LOJ Founder Amy Dash & Former Denver Broncos Safety Nick Ferguson
League of Justice, the first ever sports law and true crime site devoted to the stories that Impact the Game will be launching a free, interactive live-streaming event Thursday morning at 9:45am Eastern Time/ 6:45am Pacific Standard Time.
Join former Denver Broncos Safety Nick Ferguson and League of Justice Founder Amy Dash as they livestream the Congressional roundtable discussion surrounding allegations of a toxic workplace at the Washington Football Team (recently renamed the Washington Commanders.)
Ferguson and Dash will react, comment and lead a discussion in real-time as former Washington Football Team employees, tell their stories to Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, the Chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform and Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy.
The former employees are expected to discuss issues of workplace misconduct and the NFL’s handling of allegations of sexual harassment by former WFT employees, including team cheerleaders.
Nick Ferguson spent ten seasons as a safety in the NFL, including five with the Denver Broncos. Nick hosts the popular sports talk radio program Nick and Cecil on 1043TheFan in Denver weekday evenings from 6p-9p. LOJ Founder Amy Dash is the Official Legal Analyst for CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio and Audacy’s Legal Insider. Ferguson and Dash share a passion for stories that originate in the world of sports but transcend into broader topics and discussions of national importance.
Ferguson and Dash will be joined by Megan Imbert, a former Washington Football Team video department employee and will provide an open forum for the League of Justice community members who attend to make comments and even enter the livestream to ask questions or provide reaction themselves.
The roundtable is designed to inform potential legislative solutions and better protect workers from harassment and discrimination in the workplace. However, it is also part and parcel of a larger Congressional involvement in the NFL scandal. Congress is actively investigating the NFL’s handling of the Washington Football Team investigation and has ordered the League and team owner Daniel Snyder to hand over the findings of internal investigations. Congressional representatives have also asked that several cheerleaders who settled their claims, following allegations of nude videos taken without their consent, be released from non-disclosure agreements that are preventing them from going public with their stories.
The hearing is expected to last an hour. Seats are limited to 5,000 attendees. Reserve your seat HERE in advance, seats are on a first come, first serve basis.
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