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International Freight Corporations – Are They Trustworthy or perhaps Do They will Rip You Apart?

In this age just where the community has reduce global and the people have united jointly big prolonged family, way away is no longer a obstacle inside the world on the persons. A person sitting in the much less part of the world can easily only move on his hand-held mobile phone and arrive to […]

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Head Games: Previewing the Upcoming Legal Battles Over Concussions in College Sports

Although the thrills of March Madness have provided a brief respite, the NCAA’s ongoing legal crises are difficult to ignore. While the federal investigation into recruiting practices in men’s college basketball[1] may be the center of attention, there is pending litigation on other issues that has the potential to redefine the relationship between college athletes […]

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The Right of Publicity and College Sports Broadcasting

College Athletes Living in Poverty In a study conducted by the National College Players Association, based on a comparison between the 2011 national poverty line and Football Bowl Subdivision Series (FBS) room and board portions of full athletic scholarships, at least 85% percent of FBS players live below the poverty line.[1] Similarly, Shabazz Napier, now […]

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Shooting for Equality: USWNT Stars File Wage Discrimination Complaint

The Players’ Cause of Action It is not often that members of one of the most successful teams in a country make significantly less than their unsuccessful counterparts. However, this is exactly the case with the two United States national soccer teams. In their Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaint[1] against the United States Soccer […]

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NBA Considering Location Change for All-Star Game as a Result of North Carolina Bathroom Bill

North Carolina Governor Pat McCory has come under fire recently for his support of House Bill 2 (HB2), the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act.[1]  The bill, which was pushed through the General Assembly by virtue of a special session[2], was a reaction to Charlotte’s recent ordinance[3] that expanded civil rights to individuals on the […]

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