Law360 (August 29, 2018, 10:05 PM EDT) -- The National Collegiate Athletic Association and major college sports conferences said there is no way to make the commissioner of the America East Conference, who made statements suggesting that paying college athletes might not harm smaller schools, sit for a deposition just days ahead of a trial in an antitrust action challenging limits on college athlete benefits.
The athletes have sought to compel America East Commissioner Amy Huchthausen to sit for a deposition either live or by video conference, after the NCAA dropped her from the witness list and said she would no longer be available the day before she was...
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