A unanimous Supreme Court recently took the NCAA to task for illegally restraining the rights of college athletes. But what's that got to do with Epic and Apple? Let's dive in.
College sports and antitrust technology lawsuits - the perfect recipe...in Virtual Legality.
#Epic #Apple #Alston
Discussed in this episode:
"An Antitrust Epic"
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"Apple's lawyers in its case against Epic just submitted a copy of this week's NCAA v Alston Supreme Court decision..."
Tweet - June 25, 2021 - Stephen Totilo
"Understanding Alston: The Slow-Motion Suicide of the NCAA (VL493)"
YouTube Video - June 21, 2021 - Hoeg Law
Alston vs The NCAA
Decided June 21, 2021
"Trusts, etc., in restraint of trade illegal; penalty"
15 USC 1 (Sherman Act Section 1)
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