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Wednesday, April 07, 2010
 
Yale Law School Panel on Sports and the Law: Current Issues

Next Tuesday, April 13th, Yale Law School will be hosting a panel discussion titled, "Sports and the Law: Current Issues."

I am honored to be moderating the event, which has some terrific speakers. A wide-range of topics will be covered, including compensation for ex-college athletes and retired athletes; American Needle v. NFL; new media and licensing issues; the effectiveness of revenue sharing, salary caps, and luxury taxes; age limits, drafts, and other restrictions on player eligibility; player safety and neurological issues; personal conduct policies and player discipline, and strategies employed by leagues and players' associations to lobby Congress and respond to Congressional inquiries/threats.

The panel will take place from 6:10 to 8:00 p.m. and is open to any student (please note: a student ID, from any school, is required; the event is off-the-record and closed to non-participating media).

Here are the details:

Yale Law School

Yale Entertainment and Sports Law Association hosts a Panel Discussion on Sports and the Law: Current Issues

April 13 2010 6:10 to 8:00 p.m.
Room 120


Moderator:

MICHAEL MCCANN (Professor at Vermont Law School; Legal Analyst at
Sports Illustrated)

Panelists:


HENRY ABBOTT (Senior Writer, ESPN.com; Founder of TrueHoop, a blog dissecting the people, statistics, business, and bric-a-brac of the NBA)

KEN GORDON (Counsel, ESPN, Disney, and ESPN Media Networks)

JASON LEVIEN (General Counsel and Assistant General Manager, Sacramento Kings; Adjunct Professor of Sports Law, UC Berkeley Law School; former NBA and NFL agent)

TIFFANY MORRIS (Legal Counsel, The Kraft Group, New England Patriots, New England Revolution, Gillette Stadium, and Patriot Place)


CHRIS PARK (Vice President of Labor Economics and Labor Counsel, Major League Baseball)

Special thanks to Alex Kardon, Co-Chair of the Yale Sports and Entertainment Law Association, for putting this event together. For information on attending, please contact Alex at alex.kardon[at]yale.edu. For information on nearby public parking and how to get to Yale Law School, click here.





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