Read the DOJ’s lips – no new trials: The Tipline for 16 March 2017
The first round of NCAA March Madness starts today, and if you’re like us, you’ve already filled out your brackets. Former college basketball star Edward O’Bannon sued the National Collegiate Athletic Association in 2009, seeking to recover damages on behalf of former men’s college football and basketball players. Though an appellate decision limited the monetary benefits student-athletes can obtain, it left the NCAA open to attacks from other litigants.
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