By: Jacey G. Mann
Committee Chair, American Journal of Trial Advocacy
This conversation has been circulating for years: Should collegiate athletes be paid for their services and for the use of their likeness, or are they already compensated enough? Historically, the courts have refused to get involved in such cases. This refusal may be related to personal biases with particular athletes or teams; Continue reading Antitrust and Amateurism in Sports: Are Scholarships “Enough” to Compensate Collegiate Athletes?