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Tuesday, March 22, 2016
 
How Antitrust Law Could Reform College Football: Section 1 of the Sherman Act and the Hope for Tangible Change

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Last spring, Rutgers Law Review held its annual symposium on the legal issues surrounding professional and college football.  I gave the symposium's keynote address, entitled "How Antitrust Law Could Reform College Football: Section 1 of the Sherman Act and the Hope for Tangible Change."

My keynote address is now available for download here, in article form.  The thrust of my speech is that if the antitrust plaintiffs ultimately prevail in the O'Bannon and Jenkins, it would enhance college football by leading to an allocation of resources that is more equitable for all stakeholder groups, including both the athletes and consumers.










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