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O'Bannon plaintiffs ask SCOTUS to take case
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Plaintiffs ask Supreme Court to hear NCAA case

View photo . Last fall, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals threw out a decision by U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken, which called for college football and men's basketball players to be paid up to $5,000 per year in deferred money. However, the ... Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
O'Bannon plaintiffs ask SCOTUS to take case CBS Sports, 1 month ago

NCAA ordered to pay $42.3M in O' Bannon case

A federal judge on Thursday ordered the NCAA to pay more than $42.3 million in attorney's fees and costs to lawyers representing the plaintiffs in the Ed O'Bannon antitrust case. The decision by U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken came in response ...
 USA Today1 month ago

ABA Antitrust Section's Spring Meeting—What You Need to Know

The American Bar Association held its 64th annual Antitrust Law Spring Meeting April 58, 2016, in Washington, D.C. Over 3,000 practitioners, enforcers, economists and academics from around the world came together to discuss and share views on the ...
 JD Supra2 weeks ago

Adobe Bests Argument That RPX Patent License Is Endorsement

By Tony Dutra April 8 — Adobe Systems Inc. was victorious over non-practicing entity Digital Reg of Texas LLC when the Federal Circuit affirmed April 8 that a Digital Reg patent was invalid even though it was previously licensed for $8.5 ...
 Bloomberg BNA3 weeks ago

NCAA's Legal Debt Reduced to $40.7 Million

By SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - Despite rejecting nearly all of the NCAA's objections to attorneys' fees awarded the legal team for college athletes seeking a cut of broadcast revenue, a federal judge reduced the award by nearly $4 million - to $40.7 ...
 Courthouse News Service4 weeks ago

Justice Dept. power to fast-track death penalty cases restored

A federal appeals court on Wednesday restored the Justice Department 's authority to let states put death penalty cases on a fast track once they reach federal court, overturning a Bay Area judge's nationwide ruling. A 2005 federal law, which has ...
 San Francisco Chronicle1 month ago

Challenge to Death Row Attorney Rule Dismissed

By SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - The Ninth Circuit on Wednesday ordered dismissal of a case challenging proposed changes to the federal rule for the appointment and compensation of counsel for death-row prisoners, overturning a federal judge's finding ...
 Courthouse News Service1 month ago

Plaintiffs in scholarship case against NCAA to seek $240 million in damages

Plaintiffs in an antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and 11 major conferences likely will be seeking more than $240 million in damages, according to a court filing that became public Tuesday. The figure comes from an expert report submitted to U.S.
 USA Today1 month ago
Washington Post

A solution to the NCAA's hypocrisy: Just watch the pros

Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week, were talking about sports fandom. Need a primer? Catch up here . Godfrey Chan writes a blog on NBA basketball and indie rock. Follow ...
 Washington Post1 month ago
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