Schwartz writes: “The NCAA has put itself in a position such that, even if one accepts for the sake of argument that some sort of nationwide cap is justifiable under the rule of reason, the one the NCAA has chosen isn’t.””
Court Grants Insurance Company’s Motion to Dismiss Cleveland Indians Claim
Championship Team Lacks Standing to Challenge Actions of Association
North Carolina Judge Sides with UNC in McAdoo Suit
Courts Wants More Facts Before Dismissing Claim in Skiing Mishap
Court Grants Dismissal of Claim against Allen Iverson
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