By Zachary Zagger (January 2, 2017, 1:03 PM EST) -- With minor league baseball players trying to save a wage-and-hour class action against Major League Baseball, college student-athletes continuing antitrust claims against the NCAA, and the NFL and its teams facing suits alleging they pump players full of painkillers, 2017 should prove to be another busy year for sports litigators.
Here, Law360 takes a look at these and other ongoing cases that will have an impact on the sports industry in the year ahead.
Minor League Baseball Wage-And-Hour Class Action
A proposed class of minor league baseball players have been going after Major League Baseball and many of its clubs for...
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