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Friday Factoid: Key Ruling Regarding Compensation For The Names, Images and Likenesses of NCAA Athletes

On August 8, 2014, a federal judge in California ruled the NCAA’s rules prohibiting athletes from being paid for use of their names, images and likeness violate antitrust laws because they constitute an unreasonable restraint on trade. Source: CBS Sports

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