9th Circuit Upholds Lower Court's Decision, Says NCAA Violates Antitrust LawBy Matthew R. Macaluso, Keller Macaluso LLC
On September 30, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's decision in the O'Bannon
case that NCAA rules restricting payment to college atheletes violate antitrust laws. The Court also shut down a plan to pay athletes. Read more here
. To read the NCAA's statement about the O'Bannon decision, click here
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