Tag Archives: College Sport

Women’s Sports Still Rising in the US – and Another Record-Breaking Year for Women’s Basketball

In the spring of 2023, we reported from the US that women’s sports were on the rise.  Just one year later, that incredible momentum not only shows no signs of stopping – similar to the growth we have reported in the UK.  From the record-shattering viewership of  the NCAA women’s basketball tournament, to increasing opportunities … Continue Reading

Name, Image & Likeness: New Class Action Could Determine Whether NIL Activities Are Subject To US Federal Law Prohibiting Sex Discrimination In Education

Women’s sports are on the rise, and so are the conversations regarding Name, Image, and Likeness (“NIL”) in connection with women athletes.  NIL activities have created an exciting new area for college athletes, and with that the importance of equity in opportunities and support for women’s teams.  The legal framework of NIL is evolving on … Continue Reading

New Lawsuit Addresses Eligibility Concerns for US Collegiate Athletes

It has been over two years since the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) lifted its prohibition on college athletes being able to profit from their name, image, and likeness (“NIL”). When people traditionally think of NIL, they think of student athletes at the collegiate level receiving payment for their likeness. However, collegiate athletes are not … Continue Reading
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