Sports Business Expert Writes about the $2,000 Stipend and the Rule of Reason

Sports Business Expert discusses antitrust laws and rule of reason
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Jan. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- Austin, TX- January 6, 2012- In the latest edition of Sports Litigation Alert, Andy Schwartz, a sports business expert and litigation economist, writes about antitrust law and the recent actions of NCAA.

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.””

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   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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Hackney Publications ( delivers valuable and important information about the legal side of the sports industry. Its overriding mission, through its publications, is to maintain a narrow editorial focus on issues that matter to its subscribers. In addition to Sports Litigation Alert, the company publishes Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics, Legal Issues in High School Athletics, Professional Sports and the Law and the Journal of NCAA Compliance.

Hackney Publications, which is a member of the National Sports Law Institute and the Sports and Recreation Law Association (, was founded by journalist Holt Hackney, who has spent more than 20 years writing about sports, business and the law.
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