As the majority of collegiate sports content is consumed via media, it seems that very little has been discussed about how NIL legislation may impact the broadcaster. Read more in our latest blog by SLA President Bobby Hacker.
Legendary sports lawyer Jeffrey Kessler joins Tulane Professor Gabe Feldman to talk about the upcoming NCAA Supreme Court Battle, the US women’s soccer players fight for equal pay, how he is partly responsible for the misery of Jets.
When Dwayne Haskins was drafted 15th overall by the Washington Football Team (“WFT”), the former Ohio State standout was expected to make a big impact. Read more in our latest blog post submitted by SLA Student John Nucci.
With the topic of social injustice at the forefront, tune in to our podcast featuring Kevin Warren –the first black commissioner of a Power 5 college conference, the Big Ten– as he addresses this topic, athlete activism, & more.
Our panelists discuss how our "new normal" impacted IP enforcement and compliance strategies. This webinar is presented by Jennifer Van Kirk and Rachel Nicholas of Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP.
Commerce clause and First Amendment challenge. Instead of patchwork pay-to-pay legislation from state to state that regulate amateur athletes, there is a need for federal government to take initiative to enact a universal regulation.
After reading an online CNN article, “What protesters say is fueling their anger," I wondered what I could do to help eliminate racism, which is causing so much harm to our collective humanity. I wasn’t sure what to do first.
When sports events are cancelled due to Coronavirus, businesses impacted by the cancellations are reviewing their contracts and 'force majeure' clauses in particular.
Sued by a marketing agent for breach of contract he signed while at Duke University, NBA star Zion Williamson attracted a lot of attention due to his legal issues. Tune in to this discussion about the case and Zion’s future.