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Players Run Full-Court Press To Save Last NCAA Pay Suit

Law360 (April 24, 2019, 6:22 PM EDT) -- Student athletes are pushing back against the NCAA’s efforts to snuff out a remaining U.S. district court case over limits on their compensation after the organization lost a multidistrict antitrust litigation in California federal court, saying the case can be litigated after appeals in the MDL run their course.

The players filed a brief on Tuesday arguing that the current stay on the individual case, known as Jenkins v. NCAA — which was earlier broken off from the larger multidistrict litigation — does not burden the court or either party while the MDL concludes.

Originating in New Jersey, the Jenkins suit challenges the...

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June 13, 2014

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