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Judge Rules NCAA Must Defend Limits on Compensation to College Athletes in New Trial - Sports and Entertainment Law News

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Posted on: Apr 3, 2018

In the NCAA grant-in-aid cap antitrust litigation, Judge Wilken did not fully grant the NCAA’s motion for summary judgment, setting the stage for trial in December 2018. The judge stated that she would consider eliminating “all national rules that prohibit or limit any payments or non-cash benefits that are tethered to educational expenses, or any payments or benefits that are incidental to athletic participation” which could fundamentally alter the collegiate athletics landscape.

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