Jon Gruden’s Lawsuit Against the NFL Can Proceed in Open Court

A Nevada judge dismissed the league’s motion to move the case to arbitration. Gruden, the former Raiders coach, claims that the N.F.L. leaked disparaging emails that led him to resign in October.

Jon Gruden won two important battles in his civil suit against the N.F.L. on Wednesday when a judge in Clark County, Nev., denied two of the league’s legal motions — one to dismiss his lawsuit outright and the other to compel a closed-door arbitration.

Gruden filed the lawsuit in November 2021, a month after The New York Times’s report on emails in which he made homophobic and misogynistic remarks led him to resign from his position as head coach

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