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NCAA Pay Case Pushes Limits Of Courts As Reform Vehicle

Law360, New York (August 10, 2017, 8:33 PM EDT) -- Long-running litigation against the NCAA over rules prohibiting college football and basketball players from receiving compensation beyond scholarships is raising questions about whether it makes sense to use antitrust law as a means to reform college athletics, attorneys said at an American Bar Association conference Thursday.

The litigation, in combined cases known as Jenkins v. NCAA and NCAA Grant-In-Aid Litigation, is heating up, with the parties set to file a series of motions in the coming weeks that could decide the case. The proceedings have been...
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