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Andrew Lee and Gregory Marino | New regulation helps amateur sports accountability

Foley & Lardner LLP's Andrew Lee and Gregory Marino explore the ramifications of the new Empowering Olympic, Paralympic and Amateur Athletes Act in the United States and ask if increased oversight of the USOPC by US Congress threatens its autonomy in the eyes of the IOC

Foley & Lardner LLP's Andrew Lee and Gregory Marino explore the ramifications of the new Empowering Olympic, Paralympic and Amateur Athletes Act in the United States and ask if increased oversight of the USOPC by US Congress threatens its autonomy in the eyes of the IOC

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