Bloomberg Law contacted New York Principal John Briody to comment on the antitrust significance of the recent report by the Independent Commission on College Basketball.  The article, “NCAA Still Hasn’t Solved Its Antitrust Problems, Lawyers Say,”  focuses on the impact of the Commission’s recommendations (including eliminating “one and done”) on the student-athlete payment issues that have been litigated in antitrust cases like O’Bannon v. NCAA and Jenkins v. NCAA.  Briody explains that “creating more flexible options that, at the end of the day, allow a student-athlete to potentially be paid by a professional basketball team does not reach that issue.”

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