Sports Law News for the Week Ending January 21st

By Bennett Liebman

Texas' transgender school sports law goes into effect

What Brands Can Expect from College Sports' Ever Evolving NIL Landscape

Novak Djokovic's French Open appearance jeopardized by vaccine law

Novak Djokovic Q&A: a wild day, what happens next and the legal view

Novak Djokovic's Legal Options Are Narrow

New NCAA constitution approved, setting the table for change

NCAA's New Constitution Passes Decision-Making Power To Divisions

NCAA Members Vote To Adopt New Streamlined Constitution,

NCAA Embraces Radical Policy Promoting Men Infiltrating Women's Sports,

With the NCAA backed into a corner, the age of paying college athletes is officially upon us

Penn law student Maya Reddy makes the case for Lia Thomas to compete

Breaking down Alabama's new proposed NIL law

NFL Fires Back at Jon Gruden

NFL asks court to dismiss Jon Gruden's lawsuit

NFL files to dismiss Jon Gruden lawsuit

Giannis Greek Freak Brand Lawsuit Continues His Fervent IP Defense

U. of Michigan settlement latest in school sex abuse payouts

Bettor Suing Baffert Leaving the Racing Game

Smack Apparel v. Seattle Kraken

Umpire Angel Hernandez's discrimination lawsuit against MLB dismissed for second time

The IOC must distance itself from open threat and protect athletes' freedom of expression

Athletes advised to remain silent on human rights

Kevin Ollie Owed $11.2M After Winning Arbitration Case

CAS suspends FIFA decision over Papa Gueye, with Marseille midfielder allowed to play at AFCON

Altitude-Comcast blackout of games prompts Colorado lawmakers to introduce arbitration bill

Seth Fishman's doping case goes to trial

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