Donald Remy

NCAA opposes class certification in likeness lawsuit

The NCAA today filed its brief opposing class certification in the student-athlete likeness litigation. The brief -- supported by overwhelming evidence and expert reports -- was filed in San Francisco federal court. The filing shows that...

NCAA responds to Corbett announcement

The NCAA today responded to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett’s announcement that he is planning to sue the Association for its handling of the Penn State sanctions. The following is a statement from Donald M. Remy, NCAA Executive Vice...

NCAA continues to press its case in likeness lawsuit

The NCAA took another step this week to defend its longstanding principles of amateurism in the current O’Bannon case regarding student-athlete likeness. The NCAA filed a brief in federal court Thursday reiterating its position that...

NCAA files motion against latest tactic in likeness case

The NCAA continues to defend itself against claims that it misuses student-athlete likeness. In its latest action, the Association has filed a motion in federal court to strike down a move by opposing lawyers to essentially change the...

NCAA files new pleadings, responds to misleading reports

In recent days, the selective release of misleading information in relation to a lawsuit has created much confusion. For background, a group of former student-athletes sued the NCAA because they claimed the Association prevented them from profiting from their likeness after they graduated, while at the same time supposedly selling their publicity rights.

Why the New York Times’ Nocera is wrong

By Donald Remy NCAA General Counsel Last weekend, the New York Times published an op-ed piece about the NCAA – “The College Sports Cartel” as well as a magazine story – “Let’s Start Paying College Athletes,” both authored by business...

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