Tag: Alston v NCAA

The Blitz 2/23/2020

The Blitz

We’ve compiled the most unique, impactful and compelling sports law stories for you in one digest counting down the Top Ten Stories of the Week.

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The NCAA’s Latest Filing In Alston Continues Its Nonsensical Campaign

Mark Emmert's delusion

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The NCAA’s Latest Filing In Alston Continues Its Nonsensical Campaign

Mark Emmert's delusion

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ call for both sides in Alston v. NCAA to submit briefs on how California’s pending college athletes publicity rights law affects the case has been fulfilled. There are no surprises, especially if you’re familiar with the NCAA’s arguments for why the federal government should continue to ignore its illegal cartel.

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The Alston ruling is but one tree in a forest in need of clearing

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My examination of Judge Claudia Wilken’s ruling and its immediate impact on college athletics and what’s needed for the long game.

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