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Gregg Clifton Discusses NCAA Policy Shift Regarding College Athlete Publicity Rights

  • October 30, 2019
  • From Law360

Gregg Clifton discusses potential changes to NCAA policy regarding college athletes’ access to publicity rights in “Devil Is In The Details With NCAA Publicity Rights Change,” published by Law360

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