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O'Bannon v. NCAA | Case Brief for Law School | LexisNexis


Were the NCAA's compensation rules subject to the antitrust laws, and, if so, were they an unlawful restraint of trade?

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Law v. NCAA | Case Brief for Law School | LexisNexis


Should the district court have applied a per se analysis to the rule in question? Did the district court err by failing to define the relevant market and by failing to ...

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Murphy v. NCAA | Case Brief for Law School | LexisNexis


Did the prohibition under the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act ( PASPA) of state authorization of sports gambling violate the anti-commandeering  ...

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Jan 5, 2021 ... athletes; athletic coaches; sports; sports officials; antitrust; National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); negligence; collective bargaining ...

In re NCAA Ath. Grant-In-Aid Cap Antitrust Litig. - LexisNexis


In an action by collegiate student-athletes challenging NCAA rules that limited the compensation they may receive in exchange for their athletic services, did the  ...

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NCAA v. Smith | Case Brief for Law School | LexisNexis


Was the petitioner's receipt of dues from federally funded member institutions sufficient to bring it within the scope of Title IX?

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