College athletes are heading back to court in pursuit of pay for play one day after a major setback in their quest for a larger share of the multibillion-dollar industry (In re NCAA Athletic Grant-in-Aid Cap Antitrust Litig., N.D. Cal., 14-02758).
A time-out might help.
The next match over compensation for student athletes is set for Oct. 1 before the same judge whose 2014 ruling siding with them was pared on Sept. 30 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit See previous story, 10/01/15.
Labor lawyer Jeff Kessler, who helped win free agency for National Football ...