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O'Bannon judge rules NCAA violates antitrust law
CBS Sports

Sneakernomics: Winners And Loser After The O'Bannon Ruling

Recently US district court Judge Claudia Wilkens ruled in favor of Ed O'Bannon's antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA. The takeaway from the ruling: Men's D1 Basketball and Football are not amateur activities, but rather big money making productions. Austin American Statesman, 2 months ago
NBC Sports

NCAA argues O'Bannon ruling should lead to dismissal of scholarship lawsuits

The NCAA and a group of 11 major conferences on Thursday directly and emphatically argued that U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken's ruling in the Ed O'Bannon antitrust case should prompt her to dismiss two other lawsuits, either of which could ...
 USA Today4 weeks ago NCAA, 11 conferences ask that scholarship lawsuits be dismissed  NBC Sports1 month ago NCAA takes next step in appeal of Ed OBannon lawsuit ruling  NBC Sports2 months ago NCAA still dealing with lawsuits regarding scholarships, cost of attendance  NBC Sports1 month ago
CBS Sports

OBannon Decision Could Open the Door to Significant Changes in Collegiate Athletics

Since Judge Claudia Wilken's recent ruling in OBannon et al. v. NCAA et al. , Case No. 4:09-cv-03329 (N.D.Ca.), in which the judge called the NCAA a cartel that restrains the college athletics market, many commentators have forecasted the end of ...
 JD Supra1 month ago NCAA to Appeal OBannon Decision  JD Supra1 month ago NCAA Appeals Court Ruling in Former College Athlete Case  TheStreet.com2 months ago NCAA to appeal O'Bannon ruling in Oakland court  San Francisco Chronicle2 months ago

What the O'Bannon injunction means for athletes and coaches

The NCAA is putting a brave face on it but it suffered another defeat in the OBannon case. Judge Claudia Wilken agreed with both sides that the injunction starts on August 1, 2015 and benefits (especially the deferred compensation) will start ...
 Austin American Statesman2 months ago How The NCAA's Marxist Philosophy Is Hurting Its Athletes  Forbes.com2 months ago How The NCAAs Marxist Philosophy Is Hurting Its Athletes  Big News Network2 months ago One of the NCAA's primary defenses of its amateurism model is changes would be deleterious effects on fan enthusiasm.  SI.com4 weeks ago

NCAA's strongest argument might be cap limit

The NCAA's best argument against the Ed O'Bannon ruling may be the financial limits imposed by U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken — the same ones the NCAA lauded in her decision. Less than two weeks after the court decision opened the door for ...
 Sify2 months ago College Sports NCAAs Strongest Argument for Appeal Might Be Cap Limit  Big News Network2 months ago NCAAs strongest argument might be cap limit  Big News Network2 months ago

Apple, HP slam patent troll with $3.6 million each in attorney fees

Five companies owed total of $18.6 million for meritless patent claim Northern District of California Court Judge Claudia Wilken has ruled that non-practicing entity Linex Technologies must pay Apple, Aruba, Meru, Ruckus, and HP millions in ...
 Electronista1 month ago Linex Technologies Ordered Apple's Legal Fees in Patent Infringement Case  Mac Observer1 month ago Apple, HP slam patent troll Linex Technologies with $3.6 million each in attorney fees  Mac Daily News1 month ago

Judge allows scholarship cases to continue

OAKLAND, Calif. — The scene played out familiarly for college sports on Thursday: High-priced lawyers visiting the Bay Area arguing for or against college players being paid. Some of the names and issues had changed, but one constant remained: The ...
 CBS Sports2 weeks ago Judge: Scholarship cases vs. NCAA can go on  Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

NCAA denied bid to have two lawsuits dismissed

OAKLAND — A judge on Thursday declined to dismiss two lawsuits against the NCAA and a group of major conferences, either of which could eliminate compensation limits to athletes in some sports and one of which is seeking hundreds of millions of ...
 USA Today2 weeks ago NCAA NCAA asks for dismissal of two lawsuits  NCAA sports1 month ago NCAA, conferences request dismissal of two antitrust lawsuits  Austin American Statesman1 month ago NCAA asks for dismissal of antitrust lawsuits  ESPN.com1 month ago

The Long and Winding Road to Paying College Players

Over the past few months, the movement to pay college players has gained unprecedented momentum. In August, a federal judge ruled that college football and basketball players can earn a share of licensing revenues from the use of their name, image, ...
 Time2 weeks ago Former college athletes sue TV broadcasters  CBS Sports2 weeks ago Employment Law Summer Recap 2014: Part 6 of 11 A Farewell to the BCS and Amateurism in College Athletics (At Least as You Knew It)  JD Supra1 month ago College-athlete pay case nearly didn't happen  Channel40001 month ago

Plaintiffs in scholarship suits fight bid for dismissal by NCAA

With their cases currently before the same federal judge who recently ruled in the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA, lawyers for the plaintiffs in two lawsuits challenging the association's scholarship rules on Thursday sought distance from, and ...
 USA Today1 month ago O'Bannon plaintiffs won't appeal judge's ruling  CBS Sports1 month ago O'Bannon plaintiffs won't appeal ruling on NCAA  Austin American Statesman1 month ago NCAA, conferences, seek dismissal of scholarship suits  USA Today1 month ago
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