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Saint Louis University School of Law professor  Yvette Liebesman lectures on intellectual property Wednesday afternoon. Liebesman is suing Competitor Group Inc. over their practice of not paying volunteers at their running events.  Photo by: KAREN ELSHOUT
Saint Louis University School of Law professor Yvette Liebesman lectures on intellectual property Wednesday afternoon. Liebesman is suing Competitor Group Inc. over their practice of not paying volunteers at their running events. Photo by: KAREN ELSHOUT

For one law professor, volunteer gig at marathon leads to federal court

On Sept. 23, a Saint Louis University law professor filed a potential class action lawsuit asking for wages for volunteers at marathons organized by what she had originally assumed was a nonprofit – but isn’t.
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