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Friday, December 30, 2016
Conduct Detrimental: The Sports Law Podcast
As 2016 winds down, I want to call your attention to a new sports law podcast created by co-hosts Daniel Wallach and Daniel Werly--Conduct Detrimental. Noted sports lawyers, Wallach is a well known contributor here at The Sports Law Blog and Werly is a friend of the SLB and the man behind The White Bronco, another wonderful blog discussing current sports law issues.
“Conduct Detrimental: The Sports Law Podcast” is the creation of the two Dans, who address the latest legal controversies on and off the field. I encourage you to join the two Dans for a hard-hitting look at the legal battles that are shaping professional and collegiate sports. From Deflategate to daily fantasy sports, this first-of-a-kind podcast breaks down the latest court cases and features exclusive interviews with an array of industry-leading guests.
Full disclosure, I was a recent guest on this podcast as Dan, Dan, and I discussed the collision between amateurism and commercialism in college sports. Other recent podcasts include the NFL’s handling of domestic violence cases, Deflategate (of course), and the Derrick Rose civil trial. Recent guests have also included Diana Moskovitz, A.J. Perez, and Julia Marsh . Upcoming episodes will feature sports law stalwarts: Tulane Law School and our own Gabe Feldman, Paul Anderson from Marquette Law School, and Ian Gunn, another fellow Tulane Law School alum and contributor at Sports Esquires--yet another sports law blog.
The bottom line is that I encourage you to download Conduct Detrimental podcasts either at iTunes or The White Bronco. For information on future episodes, follow Conduct Detrimental on Twitter at @ConductPod.
Enjoy the podcasts and Happy New Year to all!
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