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Basketball Players Lack Standing to Challenge Actions of Association
A North Carolina High School Athletic Association is used to regain a championship
Specifically, the court found that the plaintiffs lacked standing, since the championship had been taken from the school, not the coaches or players.
Other Summaries Include:
Court Grants Insurance Company’s Motion to Dismiss Cleveland Indians Claim
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
The $2,000 Stipend and the Rule of Reason: an Antitrust Analysis
A Perspective on the Feldman Case and the ADA — What it Means
City’s So-Called Field of Dreams Proves to be a Legal Nightmare
Leigh Steinberg Lawsuits Raise a Lot of Questions
Getting in the Game: 2011 Report Shows Ups, Downs in Pro Sports Diversity
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