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Mall owners and occupiers have sat down and thrashed out new arrangements, ranging from rent waivers to a move to total revenue share models.
· Should the NCAA Enforce Universal Coronavirus Reporting Standards? →
They chastised those schools that are requiring athletes to sign waivers, insisted that the NCAA create a universal COVID-19 standard and as mentioned, lamented the lack of transparency among roughly half of the 130 FBS programs in declining to disclose their case numbers.
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He had previously asked for a waiver not to serve the notice but was not granted one from the authorities due to public health reasons.
· Treasury, SBA data show small-business loans went to private-equity backed chains, members of Congress →
In addition, at least seven members of Congress or their spouses received loans, including lawmakers who were directly involved in shaping regulations and also benefited from a blanket waiver of ethics concerns.
· Ravens' Lamar Jackson Plans to Hold 'Funday with LJ' in Florida amid Pandemic →
The flier indicated that any adults attending will have to wear a mask, while parents will have to sign a waiver in order for their child to participate.
· COVID-19: Would NFL waivers stand-up in court? Maybe not says sports law attorney →
Los Angeles sports attorney Robert Hacker thinks the NFL’s reported plan to have fans sign waivers in order to attend NFL games this season would not hold up in court.
· Embree has to quickly develop his tight end room →
Lynch and Fisher are graduate transfers and will be immediately eligible while Peters will likely have to sit out a season pending a waiver.
· Titans Plan to Limit Seating at Nissan Stadium →
Last week, David Kaplan of The Athletic reported that the NFL is considering making fans who attend games this season sign liability waivers protecting teams from COVID-19-related lawsuits.
· Rasir Bolton: Pat Chambers' 'Noose' Comment Led to Transfer from Penn State →
He requested a transfer waiver and was cleared for immediate eligibility at Iowa State.
· Rasir Bolton: Penn State HC Pat Chambers Made 'Noose' Comment in 2019 →
Bolton, who was Penn State's second-leading scorer as a freshman, transferred to Iowa State and was granted an immediate waiver after informing the NCAA of Chambers' comments.