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Sports Law

Further Readings

Brady, Erik. "Title IX Report Backs Reforms to Balance Law for Male Athletes." USA Today. Available online at <www.usatoday.com/sports/college/2003-02-20-titleix-report_x.htm> (accessed August 27, 2003).

Brake, Deborah, and Elizabeth Catlin. 1996. "The Path of Most Resistance: The Long Road Toward Gender Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics." Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy 3.

Cameron, Christopher D., and J. Michael Echevarria. 1995. "The Ploys of Summer: Antitrust, Industrial Distrust, and the Case Against a Salary Cap for Major League Baseball." Florida State University Law Review 22.

Chalpin, Marc. 1996. " It Ain't Over 'til It's Over: The Century Long Conflict Between the Owners and the Players in Major League Baseball." Albany Law Review 60.

Irwin, Richard L. 1991. "A Historical Review of Litigation in Baseball." Marquette Sports Law Journal 1.

Keller-Smith, Sara Lee, and Sherri A. Affrunti. 1996. "Going for the Gold: The Representation of Olympic Athletes." Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 3.

Mason, Daniel S., and Trevor Slack. 1997. "Appropriate Opportunism or Bad Business Practice? Stakeholder Theory, Ethics, and the Franchise Relocation Issue." Marquette Sports Law Journal 7.

Mitten, Matthew J., and Bruce W. Burton. 1987. "Professional Sports Franchise Relocations from Private Law and Public Law Perspectives: Balancing Marketplace Competition, League Autonomy, and the Need for a Level Playing Field." Maryland Law Review 56.

Piraino, Thomas A., Jr. 1996. "The Antitrust Rationale for the Expansion of Professional Sports Leagues." Ohio State Law Journal 57.

Salant, Jonathan D. "NCAA President Opposes Suggested Changes to Title IX." USA Today. Available online at <www.usatoday.com/sports/college/2003-03-04-brand-titleix_x.htm> (accessed August 26, 2003).

Willis, Stephen L. 1991. "A Critical Perspective of Baseball's Collusion Decisions." Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law 1.

Yankwitt, Russell M. 1996. "Buy Me Some Peanuts and Ownership: Major League Baseball and the Need for Employee Ownership." Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 5.

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