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CONTRACTING IN THE AGE OF CORONAVIRUS
Contracting in the  Age Of Coronavirus

SLA Member Submission:

March Madness – Cancelled: Major League Baseball – Indefinitely Postponed Opening Day: National Basketball Association – Indefinitely Postponed Season: Olympics – Postponed??

By Nerissa Coyle McGinn Partner, Chief Diversity Partner Loeb & Loeb LLP
Tags: COVID-19, Contracts, Force Majeure, Advertising, Sponsorship
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Florida Deems Professional Sports an Essential Service: What This Could Mean for The Return of Sports
Florida Deems Professional Sports an Essential Service: What This Could Mean for The Return of Sports

SLA  Law Student Member Submission:

Rumors are swirling on when sports leagues will return to action. The most recent attempt by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fell short. Last week, UFC’s Dana White stated he was in the process of buying a private island to hold UFC events.

By Dylan Harriger
Tags: COVID-19, WWE, UFC, NFL, NHA, NBS, MLS, ESPN Governor DeSantis, Pandemic
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New Definitions in the Media Landscape
New Definitions in the Media Landscape

What is television; has it become an outdated term; and, should we simply use the word "media?"

By Bobby Hacker
Tags: Television, Media, Content
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The Future of NCAA Name, Image & Likeness Legislation
The Future of NCAA Name, Image & Likeness Legislation

As it stands now, 26 states representing 69% of the United States population have passed or are drafting state legislation surrounding Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) pertaining to NCAA Student Athletes.

By Dylan Harriger, Franklin Pierce School of Law, University of New Hampshire
Tags: NCAA, NIL
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March 9, 2020
Sports Law Symposiums
Sports Law Symposiums

Every spring, law schools around the country symposiums and conferences focused on sports law.  

By Warren K. Zola
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February 25, 2020
Breaking Into the Sports Law Industry
Breaking Into the Sports Law Industry

Breaking into sports law can seem challenging and overwhelming, but a commitment to developing one’s skills and network will pay dividends in the long run.

By Warren K. Zola
Tags: Gary Roberts, Sports Law Industry
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