All posts tagged "NCAA"
The NCAA Offers Politically Divided North Carolina an Ultimatum
The NCAA has taken a hard stance on North Carolina's HB2 law.
The NCAA Tournament: The Method behind the Madness
What's behind the NCAA Tournament?
Northwestern Football Players Lose Fight to Unionize
Student athletes or employees?
Women in the Big Leagues: Can They Legally Play on “Men’s” Teams?
Are there any laws that prohibit women from playing in the NBA, NFL, or MLB?
Capitalism and College Sports: Time to Pay Student Athletes
If the NCAA is starting to sound like a cartel, that's because it is.
Little League is Big Business
On August 20, 5 million people tuned in to watch a summer baseball game, a pretty impressive figure...
Watch the Throne: Who Succeeds if the NCAA Loses Power?
This decision is just one of several recent attempts to wrestle power away from the NCAA.
The Battle in College Sports: Northwestern Football and Unions
On March 26, 2014, Peter Sung Ohr, a regional director for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), issued...
Football Local 60208? Why College Athletes May Win Their Fight to Unionize
“School’s done for me — I’m here to concentrate on football.” Matt Leinart declared these words in August...
Hoop Dreams: Why the NCAA Doesn’t Care Who Was Shooting in the Gym
Right of publicity, the newer and increasingly more significant area of intellectual property law, has something stimulating for...