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Father finishing up some work on his laptop while his baby son can't wait him to finish up and take him from crib Atlanta-based TV sports host Casey Stern alleged his broadcast employer discriminated against him as a man with child care responsibilities and in need of COVID-19-related work and scheduling accommodations. (Courtesy photo)

A high-profile case involving a national sportscaster is putting the spotlight on employment-discrimination cases arising during the pandemic.

As spotted on Law.com Radar, the complaint by Atlanta-based TV sports host Casey Stern against Warner Media LLC and Turner Sports Inc. alleged the broadcast employer discriminated against him as a man with child care responsibilities and in need of COVID-19-related work and scheduling accommodations.

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