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New Law Exempts Minor League Baseball Players from Certain Federal Minimum Wage, Overtime Pay Laws
Posted on: Apr 20, 2018

President Trump recently signed a spending bill that amended the Fair Labor Standards Act to exempt minor league baseball players. This effectively settled a long-running dispute as to whether minor leaguers are owed overtime compensation.

Kansas Water Park Executives Charged with Murder in Boy's Death
Posted on: Apr 10, 2018

Two designers of a massive waterslide in Kansas on which a 10-year-old boy was decapitated face second-degree murder charges in connection with the child's death, according to an indictment unsealed recently.

Judge Rules NCAA Must Defend Limits on Compensation to College Athletes in New Trial
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.

Jury Awards $3.7M to Former UMD Women's Hockey Coach
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

The jury found that UMD discriminated against Miller on the basis of her sex and retaliated against her for making Title IX complaints that pointed to disparities between UMD’s men’s and women’s hockey programs.

Seventh Circuit Punts Case Pitting College Players Against Fantasy Sites
Posted on: Mar 8, 2018

Former football players from Northern Illinois University and Indiana University brought suit against fantasy sports websites FanDuel and DraftKings for using their likenesses without consent. After the district court dismissed the case, the 7th Circuit asked the Indiana Supreme Court to rule because of the lack of developed case law surrounding Indiana’s right of publicity statute with regards to sports.

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