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Category Archives: Entertainment Law

Colorado’s Cutting Edge Legislation Fosters Clean Fuel Truck Adoption

  The State of Colorado recently passed HB 14-1326, the “Clean Trucks Bill,” catapulting itself into the group of cutting edge states that are on the forefront of the clean fuel issue. Recognizing that trucks represent a huge opportunity for emissions reductions by replacing diesel engine trucks with trucks reliant on clean fuels, the Clean Trucks Bill paves the way for …

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California District Court Won’t Reconsider Prior Ruling in NCAA Class Action – National Collegiate Athletic Association

On May 12, 2014, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) lost its motion for leave to file a motion for reconsideration of a prior ruling, which barred the NCAA from arguing at trial that not paying student-athletes for their likenesses increased competition by raising financial support for women’s and less prominent men’s athletics.  A former NCAA basketball …

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