Civil remedies available for educational institutions
(1) An educational institution shall have a cause of action against an athlete agent or a former student athlete for damages caused by a violation of ORS 702.005 (Definitions) to 702.065 (Uniformity of law), 702.991 (Criminal penalties) and 702.994 (Civil penalties). In an action under this section, the court may award to the prevailing party costs and reasonable attorney fees.
(2) For the purposes of this section, damages of an educational institution include losses and expenses incurred because, as a result of the conduct of an athlete agent or former student athlete, the educational institution was injured by a violation of ORS 702.005 (Definitions) to 702.065 (Uniformity of law), 702.991 (Criminal penalties) and 702.994 (Civil penalties) or was penalized, disqualified or suspended from participation in athletics by a national association for the promotion and regulation of athletics, by an athletic conference or by reasonable self-imposed disciplinary action taken to mitigate sanctions likely to be imposed by such an organization.
(3) A cause of action under this section does not accrue until the educational institution discovers or by the exercise of reasonable diligence would have discovered the violation by the athlete agent or former student athlete.
(4) Any liability of the athlete agent or the former student athlete under this section is several and not joint.
(5) ORS 702.005 (Definitions) to 702.065 (Uniformity of law), 702.991 (Criminal penalties) and 702.994 (Civil penalties) do not restrict rights, remedies or defenses of any person under law or equity. [1999 c.1079 §11; 2005 c.525 §17]
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