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Thursday, May 13, 2010
 
DC Bar Hosts "Collective Bargaining in the Sports Industry in 2010"

If you're in the D.C. area, there will be a terrific sports law event on Thursday May 20 at the Nationals Park hosted by the D.C. Bar:

The Arts, Entertainment, Media, and Sports Law Section In Co-sponsorship with the Labor and Employment Law Section and the Litigation Section Presents an Evening Program

Collective Bargaining in the Sports Industry in 2010: An Evening to Appreciate, Debate, Discuss, and Enjoy All Things Baseball

A panel of experts from the Commissioner’s Office, the Players’ Association, and the World Umpires Association will discuss labor law and collective bargaining and the outlook for the national pastime as the players’ collective bargaining agreement is set to expire in 2011. Afterwards, attendees and panel members are invited to attend the game between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets.

Date: Thursday, May 20, 2010

Time: 5:15 p.m. - Panel ends at 7:00 p.m., game begins at 7:05 p.m.

Location: Nationals Park, 1500 South Capitol Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003 – Navy Yard Metro Station

Speakers:

Steve Gonzalez, Counsel – Labor Relations, Major League Baseball

Dan Halem, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Labor – Major League Baseball

Brian Lam, General Counsel, World Umpires Association

Dave Prouty, Chief Labor Counsel, Major League Baseball Players Association

Moderator:

Dan Kaufman, Vice President & Counsel, Perennial Sports and Entertainment

To register for this program or for a printable registration form, please Click Here

For more information, please Click Here






2 Comments:

Not great timing. Dont know why they would schedule this while the SLA conference is going on. Would love to have gone but will be out in Phoenix like many others.

Anonymous Anonymous -- 5/14/2010 1:04 AM  


It is not the best timing -- unfortunately it was scheduled and tickets were purchased for the game a while back, without realizing that it conflicted with the SLA conference. We hope to have a good turnout nonetheless, and will likely do something similar again soon. Anyone who can't make it all the way to Phoenix, we would love to have you in DC.

Anonymous Anonymous -- 5/14/2010 9:47 AM  


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