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Paul DeCamp Comments on NCAA Student-Athletes Work Status in FLSA Suit

 Paul DeCamp comments on defining the term "work" for student-althletes in FLSA suit in "7th Circ. Hesitant To Say NCAA Players Work In FLSA Suit," published by Law 360.

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