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Sports Law News for Week Ending June 10th

By Bennett Liebman

Umpire Angel Hernandez alleges MLB manipulated reviews to make minorities look bad

Simone Biles, other women seek $1B-plus from FBI over Nassar

Roger Goodell in line for new contract

PGA Tour Suspends Golfers for Playing for LIV Legal Implications

Steve Javie NBA Finals Draymond Green Jaylen Brown Technical Foul

Deshaun Watson 24th Lawsuit Deepens Suspension, Litigation Risks

NCAA Says It's Investigating 'Potential Violations' Regarding NIL

Are NIL deals halting momentum of G League, Overtime Elite?

Illinois Amends NIL Legislation, Only a Year After Initial Bill

Missouri Latest State to Amend NIL Law

New York representatives say NIL bill would ban collectives

Name, image and likeness after its first year

Miami booster John Ruiz's NIL deals are controversial and aggressive, but he's confident they are within rules and bring value to his businesses, athletes

NFL Race-Norming

In wake of 'dust up' comment, Va. legislators abandon Commanders stadium bill

Title IX: Male Athletes Also Benefit from Civil Rights Statute

College Athlete Pay Bill's Author Decries Title IX "Fear-Mongering

Title IX explained: Here's what to know

Houston Texans to be added as defendants in Deshaun Watson lawsuits

Ex-NFL Player Says League Wrongly Denied CTE Benefits

History of athletes seeking better pay and freedom goes back to 1914

Brian Flores, The Rooney Rule, And Competition Integrity In The NFL

Olympian Molly Seidel to miss New York race while seeking Therapeutic Use Exemption

MLB: Galarraga call stands, commish says

Bundesliga clubs make sustainability a licensing criterion

Peter Angelos' Sons Involved in Lawsuit

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