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Sports Law News for Week of March 19th

By Bennett Liebman

World Athletics President claims days of power-gathering governance are over

Florida moving to ban female transgender athletes from girl's sports team

March Madness Gamblers Expected To Break $8.5 Billion

Behind The Scenes At The NCAA Tournament

LeBron James's Bid To Become Part Owner Of The Red Sox

The real March Madness

Greg McDermott's 'plantation' remarks showed truth of NCAA sports

$110 Billion New NFL Rights Deals

Michael Bolsinger's suit vs. Astros in cheating scandal dismissed

Can't sue Astros in California? On to Texas

Houston Texans star QB Deshaun Watson accused by masseuse of exposing himself

FA apologies to abuse survivors

9th Circuit Decision in Kennedy v. Bremerton - Coach Praying on Football Field

Will March Madness Be NCAA's Last Dance

College Basketball #NotNCAAProperty NCAA, Congress and Supreme Court

The NCAA's Billion-Dollar Enterprise Hinges Solely on March Madness

Revenue Sharing Could Force Major College Budget Shifts

College Athlete Pay Debate Hits Supreme Court

March Madness Wagers Grow Beyond Brackets

Statement from Indiana University on Buyout of Baseball Coach

Pa. woman created 'deepfake' videos to force rivals off daughter's cheerleading squad

Suit Aims to Halt Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act

Harness racing driver challenges Tasmanian industry fine for not carrying a whip

Transgender Women in Sports

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