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Sports Law News for the Week Ending May 13th

By Bennett Liebman

NCAA clarifies compensation rules, but crackdown on boosters unlikely

Legal Framework for NIL One Year After NCAA v. Alston

The NCAA's hypocrisy on NIL payments

Commentary: Pac-12 must create own NIL rule

This Louisiana bill would loosen restrictions on LSU

NIL Money Disrupts College Sports in Unpredictable Ways

The NCAA never prepared to pay college athletes

Lamont Signs Legislation Making It Easier for Student-Athletes To Obtain Endorsements

Why Trans Rights Became The GOP's Latest Classroom Target

Senate to vote on GOP bill banning trans youth from girls' sports

Education rules on sexual assault, transgender rights up for debate

Kicker Josh Lambo sues Jaguars

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Unsolicited Faxes $19.75M Class Action Settlement

MLB Sorare Deal Sets Stage for NFT Game Coming This Summer

MLB, minor leaguers settle class action lawsuit over player pay

Greg Norman Golf League Legal Implications of PGA Tour Denial

Dan Ventrelle claims multiple female employees made complaints about Mark Davis

Comment: Why FIFA's split with EA Sports could prove to be a hugely expensive error

Chicago White Sox former trainer says team fired him because he is gay

John Wilson Varsity Blues Appeal

Former USGA employee sentenced for ticket scam

The Lifecycle Of An International Athlete - Dealing With Branding And Image Rights

How Women's Sports Media, Athletes Try to Engage More Fans

"You can't change history." Gwen Torrence, who raced against Florence Griffith Joyner, says her 100-meter world record should stand

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