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Sporting News for the Week of July 23rd

By Bennett Liebman

In Memoriam Paul C. Weiler LL.M. '65: 1939-2021: North America's foremost labor law scholar and the founder of 'sports and the law'

Federal Judge Blocks Enforcement of West Virginia Anti-Transgender Sports Law

'We're all complicit to an extent':

Group Licensing Is Starting To Take Shape For College Athlete NIL Deals

Ten Considerations for Universities Implementing NIL Policies

With the NCAA's authority quickly eroding, significant change is ahead

Taxing College Athletes After NCAA v. Alston

NIL, COVID-19 pushing NCAA to drastic change

After Supreme Court Loss, NCAA Deregulation Is Inevitable Next Step

At the Olympics, Gender Equality Is Not So Equal

New Developments in the Lawsuits and Allegations Against the Blackhawks and Former Video Coach Brad Aldrich

IOC Rule 40 Irks Athletes and Spurs Ambush Marketing

College Sports Insurance Market Post-NCAA v Alston

Judge rules against holding La Liga, other club games in United States

Sports Governing Bodies:Anti-trust/Competition Law

Texas, Oklahoma SEC Move Would Make Super Conference for New NCAA Era

Facing forfeits: How the NFL is applying pressure to players, teams over vaccinations

Astros Sign Stealing Lawsuit Judge Rules Against Fans

Jackson State blocks reporter from covering Deion Sanders at media day

Olympic Team USA Pay Disparity Between Men & Women Competing in Same Sport

Vitali--Aided by Baffert Court Order--Resurfaces at Saratoga

KHRC charges N.Y. drug lab, Baffert team with tainting split sample

WADA: Intervened to stop some Russian athletes

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