Tag: amicus briefs

Alston Appeal Is Perfect Representation of Style Over Substance

Mark Emmert's NCAA Kool-Aid

The same appeals court that gutted Federal District Judge Claudia Wilken’s ruling in O’Bannon v. NCAA has an opportunity to make amends for that failure. Given the merits of the case, the language of Wilken’s ruling and the arguments of several amicus briefs that have been filed on both sides, it seems the Ninth’s decision is style or substance.

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The Blitz – Special Sports Betting Edition

The Blitz

?The Scoop on Sports Betting: Save the date: August 15th webinar on NJ sports betting scenarios w/ @AndrewBrandt @davidpurdum @SportsLawGuy & me https://t.co/8AAOPGRRjQ — Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) July 18, 2017 Nice article about “Sports Betting USA” conference in NYC (11/14-15) by @ClarionEvents. Partial list of speakers: https://t.co/Z71cmCcUK8 — …

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Amicus Briefs: Questions & Answers

Amicus Briefs

by Sheilla Dingus June 15, 2016 Amicus curiae, or “friend of the court” is a Latin term that has been highlighted recently in the press because of the submission of five amicus briefs in the Tom Brady / Deflategate case. While the term may be a new one for those outside the legal profession, the …

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