In keeping with its tradition of featuring original content from some of the leading legal experts in the sports industry, the latest sports litigation alert is rich with fresh perspective from thought leaders.
Dr. Robert Ammon, Associate Professor and Chair of the Kinesiology and Sport Management Division at the University of South Dakota, writes about a negligence case involving crowd control and college athletics.
John E. Tyrrell of Ricci Tyrrell Johnson & Grey and a couple of his fellow attorneys (Patrick J. McStravick, and Alexander M. Shaen), look at the Reggie Bush case and the new liability risk it poses for stadium operators.
And Kevin Brown, of Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP, examines how “Legal and Marketing Departments Must Work as a Team for Brand Protection and Promotion in the Sports Industry.”
Meanwhile, other attorneys, such as Evelyn A. French, of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.; Gregg Clifton, of Jackson Lewis; Robert Freeman, of Proskauer; Robert Wallace, of Thompson Coburn; and Dr. Courtney L. Flowers, Assistant Professor of Sport Management at Texas Southern University also graciously shared some of their analysis with our readers in this issue.
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