NCAA Reverses Player Endorsement Policy

In 2014, a class action lawsuit filed by Ed O'Bannon, a former University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) basketball player, and Sam Keller, a former Arizona State University quarterback, claimed that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) violated antitrust laws, which are designed to prohibit companies from monopolizing markets and obstructing competition by preventing athletes from sharing the revenue generated from their likenesses in broadcasts and video games.

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The Arizona Plan: Will the MLB Return?

Major League Baseball (MLB) had just begun spring training when the coronavirus pandemic hit, forcing it to suspend all operations until further notice; however, its unique position, in that its regular season has not yet started, leaves it flexible to altering that season in a way that allows it to function under current quarantine, social distancing, and shelter-in-place orders.

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