The Ed OBannon antitrust case against the NCAA — already uncommon in generating competing requests for hearing by the Supreme Court — has taken another unusual turn in its filings with the high court. Lawyers for the OBannon plaintiffs recently ... USA Today, 3 weeks ago
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By PASADENA, Calif. (CN) — The Ninth Circuit revived claims on Tuesday by a woman whose medical records were used against her because Los Angeles County prosecutors told the Kaiser hospital she was dead. Detrice Garmon had wanted to give ...Courthouse News Service, 3 weeks ago
DALLAS The NCAA spent about $25 million on outside legal fees during its 2015 fiscal year, the association's chief financial officer said Saturday during a presentation to college athletic business administrators. The amount is nearly double the ...USA Today, 1 month ago
By SAN JOSE, Calif. (CN) — A major antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA took a small step toward trial Thursday, after a federal judge signed off on a revised case schedule and a discovery agreement. "I've looked at the way the sequencing is ...Courthouse News Service, 2 months ago
Lawyers for the NCAA and a group of conferences that are facing two lawsuits challenging the association's compensation limits for athletes on Monday asked a federal judge to dismiss the cases. The NCAA and the conferences argue that the 9th U.S.USA Today, 2 months ago
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