The Supreme Court Isn't Buying What the NCAA Is Selling
June 21, 2021
After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the NCAA was in violation of federal antitrust law by placing limits on how much student-athletes can be compensated for academic-related costs, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Michael Jensen got insight from Ballard Spahr Partner Stephen Kastenberg, whose vast litigation experience includes major antitrust cases.
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