NCAA offers a lifeline: college athletes allowed to benefit from name, image and likeness
Published 05 November 2019 By: Joseph M. Hanna
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- Tags: American Football | Basketball | College Sports | Commercial | Dispute Resolution | Image Rights | Intellectual Property (IP) | Nationsl College Players Association (NCPA) | NCAA | Regulation | United States
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