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Sports Law News for the Week for March 12th

By Bennett Liebman

Legal Experts React to Mississippi's Anti-Transgender Law

Athletes tell NCAA: Move tournaments out of states with anti-trans laws

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against FanDuel

Volleyball Player Lost Her Job Over Pregnancy

Sports fans win in post-COVID ticketing

4 Ways The Pandemic Altered Sports Law, For Better Or Worse

Darren Drysdale: FA give referee backdated suspension

Justice Department Backs College Athletes in Supreme Court Case

Former NCAA Officials Blow Whistle on Amateurism

NCAA Lawyer Files Petition To Cancel Vasectomy Mayhem Trademark

The Story Of Big League Advance, Which Hit A Grand Slam With Fernando Tatis Jr

Judge orders NFL, class counsel to 'address the concerns' about race-norming

Logistics Of Staging March Madness 2021

Ancestry Yearbook Lawsuit Uses Sports Cases as Precedent

The NFL Coach, the Nobel Prize Winner and One Crazy Idea to Fix Overtime

Why an outright ban on gambling sponsorship would be a misplaced bet

Evander Kane, Sharks notify bankruptcy court that they might void his contract

Meyers Leonard fined $50,000 for slur

Beijing 2022 'Well on Track'

Rocket Mortgage Greatly Expands Partnership with Michigan State

Snyder Fails to Convince Court


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