Ex-Athletes Say NCAA Playing Games With Witness Lists

Law360 (June 13, 2018, 7:51 PM EDT) -- A group of former college athletes challenging the NCAA’s rules restricting their compensation told a California federal judge Tuesday they have not been allowed to depose four key witnesses before an upcoming trial.

The former athletes in a request to either exclude the four witnesses or require them to be deposed before trial, accused the NCAA of engaging in a “trial-by-ambush” by failing to adequately disclose the witnesses previously.

The former athletes say the NCAA has responded to their requests to depose the four witnesses with bogus claims that the athletes should have already interviewed them.

The witnesses, Amy Huchthausen, commissioner of...

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