Pay for Play: Lawyers Suggest Universities Start Saving Money for Athletes

The Journal Record - Crowe & Dunlevy attorney and chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution practice group, Kent Meyers, discusses a recent ruling on a NCAA sports licensing case that includes an injunction to keep the NCAA from enforcing any rules that would prohibit member schools from offering recruits a share of revenues schools receive related to student names, images and likenesses in video games, live game telecasts and other media. Read more…

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