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Entertainment & Sports

May 23, 2024

Preparing players and lawyers for a new college sports landscape

The parties involved in House v. NCAA are discussing a potential settlement that would create a $2.7 billion fund for former athletes and a new revenue-sharing system for current athletes. This could affect the operational costs and staffing of the schools, and force them to balance the payments with Title IX compliance.

Frank N. Darras

Founding Partner, DarrasLaw

Email: frank@darraslaw.com

Western State Univ COL; Fullerton CA

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May 2024 is poised to mark a pivotal shift in the landscape of collegiate athletics, as a significant proposed antitrust settlement could see the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and major college conferences pay billions in damages and establish a new revenue-sharing system with our college athletes.

Leading industry figures are set to convene and cast their votes on the conditions of a groundbreaking potential agreement spa...

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