On Monday, June 21, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the NCAA in the NCAA v. Alston case, finding in favor of student-athletes. This case focused on whether it was an antitrust violation for the NCAA to limit the amount of education-related expenses that schools can offer student-athletes. In this special edition of the Protecting Your Possibilities Podcast, Luke and colleague Jay Levine, antitrust attorney and host of the Antitrust Law Source Podcast, explore the ruling of the Supreme Court, the impact on college sports now and into the future, and the impact this ruling could have on name, image and likeness.
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