NCAA v. Alston: Antitrust and Student-Athlete Compensation

The Antitrust & Business Regulation Section presents

NCAA v. Alston: Antitrust and Student-Athlete Compensation

A discussion of the recent unanimous Supreme Court decision that antitrust
laws prohibit the NCAA from barring modest payments to student-athletes.

Date Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Program 3:00 - 4:15 p.m.
MCLE 1 Hour

Speakers

 
Jeffrey Kessler
Winston & Strawn

Gabriel Feldman
Sher Garner Professor of Sports Law
and Paul and Abram B.
Barron Professor of Law

Moderator

 Eliot Adelson
Morrison & Foerster LLP

For over a century, the NCAA has enforced rules and policies that largely prohibited colleges from
compensating student-athletes. In a June 2021 narrow ruling that may have broader implications, the
Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the NCAA’s rules regarding modest payments tied to educational
expenses violated the Sherman Act. We’ll discuss the ruling, the implications on other NCAA rules regarding
student-athlete compensation, and how this ruling may have broader implications regarding wage rules.

Topics

• Overview of history of NCAA rules barring payment to student-athletes.
• Overview of legal challenges to NCAA rules.
• NCAA v. Alston ruling
• Further challenges
• Broader application of the ruling? 


Event Code: G211303

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When
11/2/2021 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
Where
Online only CA
 

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