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NCAA Amateurism Suit Tees Up Conference Autonomy Debate

Law360 (March 29, 2018, 10:30 PM EDT) -- Whether college athletics conferences are better suited than the NCAA to set rules for compensating student-athletes could take center stage as the college sports governing body will be forced once again to defend its amateurism rules in federal court after a ruling this week.

With the NCAA Final Four set to tip off Saturday, a class of college basketball and football players is celebrating an early yet significant victory in pushing claims that the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s rules limiting what schools can pay or provide...
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Case Title

IN RE: NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ATHLETIC GRANT-IN-AID CAP ANTITRUST LITIGATION


Case Number

4:14-md-02541

Court

California Northern

Nature of Suit

Anti-Trust

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Claudia Wilken

Date Filed

June 13, 2014


Case Title

JENKINS et al v. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION et al


Case Number

4:14-cv-02758

Court

California Northern

Nature of Suit

Anti-Trust

Judge

Claudia Wilken

Date Filed

June 18, 2014

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