NCAA using O’Bannon decision to seek dismissal of other suits
Published 12 September 2014 By: Joseph M. Hanna
While the NCAA is appealing1 the O’Bannon decision by Judge Claudia Wilken, it is using Judge Wilken’s ruling in that case as the reason why she should dismiss2 two other scholarship suits before her.
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- Tags: American Football | Basketball | College Sport | Competition Law | NCAA | United States of America (USA)
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