intro 2-22-08 - Josh Mittleman Intro to Sport 2-22-08 In...

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Josh Mittleman Intro to Sport 2-22-08 In the case of Kelvin Sampson vs . Indiana University, it is accurate to assume that the infractions against Mr . Sampson will result in a negative manner. The five major laws, according to the NCAA, have been broken due to negligence on the job; making telephone calls to recruits and then giving false or misleading information to NCAA investigators are an example of these infractions . Due to the nature and extent of the infractions against the defendant, Indiana University has come to the conclusion to draw their own investigation on the matter . In the matter of the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, the stated law prevents business trusts and monopolies in the market so as to “prevent anti competitive activity by businesses .” In the case of the defendant, Mr . Sampson, it is clear that the antitrust act has been broken. This is in part to the mention of the illegal telephone calls to recruits . By making the phone calls, it gave
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2008 for the course SPORTMGT 202 taught by Professor Jefferson during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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