In The Arena: A Sports Law Handbook
- Elissa D. Hecker, Esq.; David Krell, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Intellectual Property Rights and Endorsement Agreements / How Trademark Protection Intersects With the Athlete’s Right of Publicity / Collective Bargaining in the Big Three / Agency Law / Sports, Torts and Criminal Law / Role of Advertising and Sponsorship in the Business of Sports / Doping in Sport: A Historical and Current Perspective / Athlete Concussion-Related Issues / Concussions—From a Neuropsychological and Medical Perspective / In-Arena Giveaways: Sweepstakes Law Basics and Compliance Issues / Navigating the NCAA Enforcement Process / Title IX / Mascots: Handle With Care / An Introduction to European Union Sports Law / Dental and Orofacial Safety
As the world of professional athletics has become more competitive and the issues more complex so has the need for more reliable representation in the field of sports law. Written by dozens of sports law attorneys and medical professionals, In the Arena: A Sports Law Handbook is a reflection of the multiple issues that face athletes and the attorneys who represent them. Included in this book are chapters on professional athletes, NCAA enforcement, advertising, sponsorship, intellectual property rights, doping, concussion-related issues, Title IX and dozens of useful appendixes.
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- July 1, 2013
- 539 pages