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Five players from Louisville’s 2013 Men’s National Championship team have decided to file suit against the NCAA to “restore their names”.
From legal ongoings in esports to a Sketchers suing Adidas, there is always a lot going on at the intersection of sports and law.
From rookie contracts to legal cases impacting the industry, this is your weekly sports law update.
The most important sports law topics in five minutes or less.
Who knew the situation around a barber shop could be such a hairy situation.
One of the hottest topics in sports business rests in the hands of the nine Supreme Court justices. As we await a decision in the Christie v. NCAA case, a case that aims to invalidate the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection (PASPA) Act, which bans states from authorizing or licensing sports betting, we have seen state legislators begin to put legislation in place as well as leagues seeking to acquire “integrity fees” as part of this legislation. The […]
From stadium design to criminal justice, this week in sports law was a busy one.
A comprehensive breakdown of recent legal cases and their impact on the sports industry.
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