Introduction To Sports Law (2012)
Program Topics and Panelists
I. Fundamentals of Practicing Sports Law
Moderator: David L. Snyder,Professor Emeritus, SUNY Cortland
Richard L. Brand,Partner, Arent Fox LLP, Washington, D.C.
Professor Helen “Nellie” Drew-Meosky,Law School at the State University of New York at Buffalo
Stuart R. Goldfarb,Partner, Dorsey & Whitney, New York City
Douglas Hand,Partner, Hand Baldachin & Amburgey LLP, New York City
What does it mean to practice sports law? At its core, "sports law" is not an independent practice area, but rather a compilation of many different legal disciplines relevant to sports. The purpose of this program is to give the attendee a sense of some areas of the law most frequently touched upon by the business of sports. Practitioners from each of these disciplines will discuss the types of sports matters they encounter in their practice and describe the relevant legal framework. Topics to be discussed include: IP/Media Rights; Labor & Employment/Antitrust; Corporate/M&A; Sport/Competition law; Amateur/Youth Sports; US/International
II. The Sports Lawyer
Moderator: Matthew D. Pace,Partner, Arent Fox LLP, New York City
Hymie Elhai,General Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs, NY Jets
Mike Principe,CEO, Legacy Agency, New York City
Bradley Ruskin,Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP, New York City
Mark S. Solomon,Partner, Andrews Kurth LLP, Dallas, Texas
In what capacities do Sports Lawyers operate? This panel will discuss the various positions Sports Lawyers hold, their perspectives on their respective roles, the background/knowledge required in each capacity, and the legal issues they confront on a daily basis. In-house, law firm, and agent perspectives will be addressed.
Total MCLE Credits 3.0
Ethics MCLE Credits 0.0
This archived webcast is a video online program that you will view and listen to on your computer screen.
Total Credits: 3.00 | Areas of Professional Practice: 3.00
- September 24, 2012
- Online On-Demand