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  1. May 31, 2024

    Off The Bench: NCAA Transfers Freed, Atty Plays Cards Right

    In this week's Off the Bench, the NCAA agrees to more historic rule changes while experts examine its post-House settlement future, and a patent lawyer looks back at his transformation into a poker champion.

  2. May 30, 2024

    NCAA To End Transfer Rules In Deal With DOJ

    The NCAA agreed on Thursday to stop enforcing all rules governing athletes transferring from one institution to another, as part of a proposed consent decree filed by the U.S. Department of Justice to settle an antitrust suit against the organization by 10 states and the District of Columbia.

  3. April 19, 2024

    Off The Bench: NCAA Rules, Trans Athlete Win, NBA Pro's Ban

    In this week's Off The Bench, the NCAA formally lifted restrictions on athletes transferring schools and how they can receive name, image and likeness money, West Virginia's transgender sports ban is dealt a blow by the Fourth Circuit, and betting costs an NBA player his career.

  4. January 19, 2024

    Off The Bench: Dolan Sued, Bally-Amazon Deal, NIL Hearing

    In this week's Off The Bench, a massage therapist sues the New York Knicks' owner and disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault, Amazon inks a streaming deal with Bally Sports' bankrupt parent, and lawmakers debate a sweeping overhaul of college athlete payment rules.

  5. January 18, 2024

    DOJ, 3 States Join Antitrust Suit Over NCAA's Transfer Rule

    The NCAA faces a growing list of opponents after the U.S. Department of Justice, multiple states and D.C. on Thursday joined seven other states challenging the group's rule that prevents some athletes from competing when they transfer colleges.

  6. January 01, 2024

    10 Sports And Betting Cases To Watch In 2024

    An ever-increasing volume of lawsuits involving the NCAA highlights the list of sports and betting cases to watch in 2024, including battles over athletes' right to compensation for their name, image and likeness and their fight to collectively bargain and be designated as employees. Plus, racial discrimination suits against the NFL, and more. Here, Law360 looks at the top sports and betting cases the legal world will be watching in the new year.

  7. December 13, 2023

    Judge Blocks NCAA Rule Restricting Athlete Transfers

    A West Virginia federal judge on Wednesday placed a temporary hold on an NCAA rule requiring certain student athletes who transferred schools to wait a year before competing in games, marking a significant early victory in the antitrust lawsuit lodged by seven state attorneys general.

  8. December 07, 2023

    NCAA Legal Woes Swell As 7 States Sue Over Transfer Rule

    Seven state attorneys general have filed a lawsuit in West Virginia federal court against the NCAA over its transfer eligibility rule for college sports, cutting deeper into the threads of the ropes restraining student-athletes from profiting off their names, images and likenesses.