The third time was the charm for student athletes bringing antitrust claims against the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The proposed class action claims that NCAA rules limiting athletic scholarships create an illegal horizontal restraint.
By Amanda BronstadAugust 21, 2013
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The third time was the charm for student athletes bringing antitrust claims against the NCAA.
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