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Ed O'Bannon v. NCAA: The arguments for and against a class-action suit


A pivotal point in the nearly 4-year-old Ed O'Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA occurs next Thursday in Oakland, Calif. Federal judge Claudia Wilken will hold a class-certification hearing that could back the NCAA into a corner if the case is certified, or significantly limit the NCAA's liability if she denies certification. (AL.com)


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