The Supreme Court decided American Needle yesterday, and there are a couple things I want to mention: First, Michael McCann has a great article that explains the decision in plain English. In the related shameless-self-promotion arena, I also have a new article out on SSRN that discusses the NFL’s tax status. I tried to make … Continue reading
In association with the Santa Clara University Athletic Department Current Sports Law Issues: Concussions, Steroids, and The Use Of Player Images Keynote Speaker: Alan Schwarz, Reporter, New York Times Lunchtime Speaker: William Neukom, Managing Partner, San Francisco Giants For notice of online registration, more details, and other updates, click here.
The Harvard Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law and Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law are pleased to announce the 2010 Spring Sports Law Symposium at Harvard Law School. The event will take place on Friday, March 26, 2010, and is open to the public, free of charge. The theme for the symposium is … Continue reading
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will no longer be holding the NSELS event in New Orleans. However, we have teamed up with the University of Florida School of Law for their event in January.
Interested in analyzing diversity in the sports industry? Going to be in the PA/DE area on March 16th? Check out the Widener University School of Law Symposium: Diversity and Sports: The History, The Challenges, and The Future.