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    Will the NCAA Settle the House v NCAA Case?

    While the proposed settlement addresses many issues, here is a summary of some of the most notable points of the settlement proposal.

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    Summary of House v NCAA and Other Cases the NCAA is Working to Settle

    The House case, as it is commonly referred to stands to completely upend the NCAA as the association faces up to 4.3 billion dollars in damages if the case goes trial. This is precisely why the NCAA is currently working to settle this case along with two others.

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    House v NCAA: The Case That Stands to Upend the NCAA

    The biggest change to date in college athletics is granting college athletes the ability to profit from their name, image, and likeness (NIL). While college athletes have enjoyed their new opportunities with much success, the NCAA is still faced with a case challenging their rules as it relates to NIL compensation: House v. NCAA.

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    Virginia Passes Law to Allow Colleges to Directly Compensate Their Athletes for NIL

    Last week, the Virginia state legislature took a step that is sure to change the future of college athletics. Governor Glenn Youngkin signed a bill into law that will allow colleges in Virginia to directly compensate their athletes for name, image, and likeness (NIL) deals.

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    Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction in NIL Recruitment Band Case

    The NCAA suffered another major blow last week when a federal judge in Tennessee granted a preliminary injunction against the NCAA.

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    NLRB Rules Dartmouth College Men's Basketball Players are Employess

    Earlier this week, the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team experienced a major victory when the National Labor Relations Board regional office in Boston ruled that the men’s basketball players are employees and are eligible to hold a union election.

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