U.S. Supreme Court denies petitions in O’Bannon v. NCAA

The U.S. Supreme Court denied the both the plaintiffs’ and NCAA’s request to clarify key issues of law affecting the NCAA and other similar organizations.

NCAA files appeal reply in O’Bannon case

The NCAA filed its appellate reply brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

NCAA files appeal in O’Bannon case

Statement from NCAA Chief Legal Officer Donald Remy : "Today's filing demonstrates why the appellate court should overturn the O'Bannon decision. As many courts have upheld, the NCAA and its members should be allowed to govern college...

NCAA files notice of appeal in O’Bannon case

Statement from Donald Remy, chief legal officer: "We are appealing the Court’s decision because we do not believe the NCAA has violated the antitrust laws. In its decision, the Court acknowledged that changes to the rules that govern...

Clarification of Timing of O’Bannon Injunction

“We appreciate Judge Wilken clarifying that the injunction will have no effect on NCAA rules until August 1, 2015, and that any benefits would begin no earlier than the 2016-2017 academic year. NCAA rules remain in place and are...

NCAA will appeal O’Bannon ruling

Statement from Donald Remy, NCAA chief legal officer We remain confident that the NCAA has not violated the antitrust laws and intend to appeal. We will also be seeking clarity from the District Court on some details of its ruling. It...

NCAA statement on O’Bannon decision

“We disagree with the Court's decision that NCAA rules violate antitrust laws. We note that the Court's decision sets limits on compensation, but are reviewing the full decision and will provide further comment later. As evidenced by...

Overview of NCAA Brief

Today, the NCAA filed its post-trial brief, which summarizes the legal and factual arguments the Association made during the O’Bannon trial. In sum, the plaintiffs’ failed to meet their burden of establishing that the challenged NCAA rules...

NCAA Files Post-Trial Brief In O’Bannon Case

The NCAA has filed its latest brief in the O’Bannon v. NCAA case with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Click below for a statement from the NCAA and a link to the brief.

O’Bannon trial concludes

The O’Bannon v. NCAA trial focused on student-athletes’ names, images and likenesses has concluded in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Read the statement from Donald Remy, NCAA chief legal officer, regarding the value of the college sports model.


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