Each week The Sports Esquires keep track of the sports law headlines so you don’t have to. This week’s edition features an end to the Super Bowl ticket suit, head-scratching NCAA decisions, and the latest in the Lochte saga.
- Ken Belson writes on Roger Goodell’s power play and the NFLPA’s fight against it.
- The Fifth Circuit has affirmed the district court’s ruling denying class certification in the 2011 Super Bowl lawsuit.
- The NFL and NFLPA will investigate concussion protocol compliance for Cam Newton.
- Mike Florio: 10 things that still bother me about Deflategate.
- Dozens of Charleston Southern players suspended over bookstore violation.
- Mark Emmert says the NCAA may rethink Olympic payouts to college athletes. More on the reaction from Jon Solomon.
- LeBron James and Chris Paul served with deposition notices in Billy Hunter’s wrongful termination suit against the NBPA.
- Tim Duncan’s former financial adviser faces fraud charges for millions in lost investments.
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