Arthur Bryant Quoted in On3NIL Article: “How Will Title IX Shape a Revenue-Sharing College Sports World”

“If a revenue-sharing model does not provide equal treatment and benefits, ‘[schools] will be held accountable.’” Arthur Bryant, Bailey Glasser partner and Title IX Team Leader.

In a recent article, Arthur discusses the Title IX parameters colleges and universities must consider in creating revenue-sharing models for student-athletes. “Institutions, conferences and the NCAA need to be aware that, whatever revenue-sharing model is implemented, Title IX requires that female and male student-athletes receive equal treatment and benefits,” he said.

Under Title IX, Bryant told On3, when it comes to “straight-out payments” – like scholarship dollars – “equal” means proportional.

Arthur and the Bailey Glasser Title IX team are on the forefront of Title IX litigation, representing both female and male athletes in gender equity lawsuits against schools nationwide from San Diego State, Fresno State, and Oregon to the University of Central Oklahoma, Florida State, and Clemson.

Read the full On3 article here.

To learn more about Arthur Bryant and his Title IX practice, please visit here.

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