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Torts - Primary Assumption of Risk - Risks Resulting From Conduct, the Prohibition of Which Would Neither Deter Vigorous Sport Participation Nor Otherwise Fundamentally Alter the Nature of That Sport, Are Not Considered Inherent Within a Sport - Freeman v. Hale, 36 Cal. Rptr. 2d 418 (1994).
Paul J. Criscuolo
Due Process - A Nevada State Statute Attempting to Regulate the Investigations by the National Collegiate Athletic Association Regarding Association Infractions Is Unconstitutional - NCAA v. Miller, 10 F.3d 633 (1993).
Antitrust - Exemption - Baseball's Antitrust Exemption Does Not Extend to Decisions Involving Sale and Location of Baseball Franchises - Butterworth v. National League of Professional Baseball Clubs, et al., 644 So.2d 1021 (Fla. 1994).
Brian J. Duff
Torts - Standard of Care - Duty of Care Applicable to Participants in Informal Recreational Sports Is to Avoid the Infliction of Injury Caused by Reckless or Intentional Conduct. Crawn v. Campo, 136 N.J. 494, 643 A.2d 600 (1994).
Frank J. DeAngelis
The Football Answer to the Baseball Problem: Can Revenue Sharing Work?
Jeffrey A. Rosenthal
Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Seton Hall College 1870
Seton Hall University
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