Michael Hausfeld

Hausfeld Global Litigation Solutions

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Chairman of Hausfeld Global Litigation Solutions and lead counsel for O'Bannon v. NCAA, a class action anti-trust lawsuit

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This year's NCAA basketball championships will generate $1.5 billion; Division One athletics are major business.

The Crazy Money behind "March Madness"

This year's NCAA basketball championships will generate $1.5 billion; Division One athletics are major business.

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