Thursday, November 21, 2013

Student-athletes file motion for summary judgment in NCAA likeness antitrust litigation.

The student-athletes in the partially certified class action against the NCAA filed a recent motion for summary judgment. Summary judgment is granted when the parties agree on the important facts, and there is only one possible result from a legal perspective. Here, the student-athletes' motion for summary judgment will be denied, because even though there is no dispute on the important facts, more than one legal outcome can result from them. If NCAA rules were not upheld in the past, summary judgment may be granted. But courts have upheld NCAA rules before, and that precludes entry of summary judgment here.

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