US Football Says NCAA Provision Doesn’t Apply To Suit



Law360 (Jun 25, 2021, 6:09 pm EDT) – The U.S. Football Association has denied a sports organizer’s motion for a New York federal judge to apply a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling won by its athlete attorney in antitrust case National Collegiate Athletic Association v Alston, citing the cases as dissimilar.

In a letter sent Wednesday, Plaintiff Relevent Sports LLC informed US District Judge Valerie Caproni that the “structure of rules and guidelines” of the international football association FIFA “indistinguishable” from those of the NCAA, which the Supreme Court unanimously ruled The June 21 opinion represents a “concerted action” against the …

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