NCAA Set To Approve NIL Compensation Rules

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NCAA Set to Approve NIL Compensation Rules We have been closely following the NCAA’s progress toward uniform guidance, rules, or regulations concerning student-athlete compensation for the use of their name, image, and likeness, known as NIL compensation. With several states’ legislation permitting NIL compensation set to take effect on July 1, we wrote last month […] READ MORE


The Latest on NIL Compensation

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The Latest on NIL Compensation Since the State of California passed name, image, and likeness compensation legislation in October 2019, we have closely followed developments. We first started exploring the topic when the NCAA announced an investigation into the topic of NIL compensation. We openly questioned how NIL regulations might look, from who would pay […] READ MORE


NCAA Investigating Athlete Compensation

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NCAA Investigating Athlete Compensation On September 30, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law the California Fair Pay to Play Act. The Act, California’s Senate Bill 206, made California the first state to mandate deep reforms over how college athletes are compensated for their efforts. We discussed that law here. The NCAA’s initial reaction was […] READ MORE