Full case name, EDWARD O'BANNON, et al. v. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION; ELECTRONIC ARTS INC.; and COLLEGIATE LICENSING COMPANY,. Date decided, August 08, 2014. Judge sitting, Claudia Wilken. O'Bannon v. NCAA is an antitrust class action lawsuit filed against the National Collegiate ...
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Case opinion for US 3rd Circuit CURETON v. ... and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Alexander Wesby; Andrea Gardner v. ... Cureton alleged that several NCAA Division I schools recruited him before he obtained his ... 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which precludes exclusion from participation in, denial of the benefits ...
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In 1981, petitioner National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) adopted a plan for the .... It provides that "all forms of television of the football games of NCAA member ..... Justice WHITE, with whom Justice REHNQUIST joins, dissenting. ...... SUPERIOR COURT TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION, et al., Petitioners, v.
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