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The Court for Arbitration in Switzerland has rejected a complaint by M2F transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, who argued that attempts to prevent her from competing in elite women’s races are invalid, unlawful and discriminatory, according to GWU Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf.
The professor noted that the decision was based on the major athletic

UNC Charlotte Director of Athletics Mike Hill has announced the promotion of Katie Renaut, who has a law degree from Elon, as Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Student-Athlete Development. Renaut was previously the school’s Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance.
Renaut got her start in athletics compliance with the ACC and she also worked for

Two sexual abuse lawsuits against the San Francisco Unified School District have settled, according to the San Jose law firm that represented the plaintiffs. The SFUSD board of trustees approved the settlement amount of $4.5 million after the SFUSD insurance carriers and the plaintiffs agreed to the settlement amount.
The plaintiffs sued SFUSD in 2022

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed this week the Smart Heart Act, legislation that requires automatic defibrillators in schools and establishes response protocols for cardiac-related medical emergencies. The bill received unanimous, bipartisan legislative support.
The Act requires each public and nonpublic school serving grades nine through twelve to maintain an automated external defibrillator (AED) that is

The arrival of name, image, and likeness (NIL) agreements has transformed college athletics, offering student-athletes unprecedented opportunities to profit from their personal brands.  Yet, the case of Jaden Rashada, a promising quarterback, is a cautionary tale.
When Rashada entered the 2023 college recruitment season, the NCAA had recently adopted rules allowing compensation to student-athletes for