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Introduction: Name, Image and Likeness Compensation in the NCAA In October 2019, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced...
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On March 8, 2019, Judge Wilken, a California District Court judge, ruled for the second time that the NCAA...
T-Mobile-Sprint Merger and Antitrust ScrutinyRead more
On April 29, 2018, Sprint and T-Mobile announced an agreement to merge the two companies. Though this is exciting...
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In January, Vince McMahon, Chairman and CEO of the popular World Wrestling Entertainment, announced that he would be recreating...
Illegal Motion: The Breach of Contract Lawsuit over the Relocation of the Los Angeles RamsRead more
When Stan Kroenke bought a majority share of the St. Louis Rams in 2010, he did so while making...
Corruption Scandal in College BasketballRead more
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Google Under Investigation in Missouri – Will the Tech Giant be Fined, or Need to Change its Practices?Read more
On Monday, November 13, the Attorney General of Missouri, Josh Hawley, opened an investigation into Google’s business practices, looking...