Jackson Lewis Examines the NCAA Infraction Process in Webinar

Jackson Lewis Examines the NCAA Infraction Process in Webinar

John Long

The law firm of Jackson Lewis will host a webinar on April 24 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EST entitled “2018 NCAA Committee on Infractions Cases: A Review, Trends and What to Expect in the Year Ahead.”

Gregg Clifton

The firm, which will be represented by Gregg E. Clifton and John G. Long, describes the session as follows: “NCAA infractions remain a primary concern for member institutions. The Jackson Lewis Collegiate Sports Practice Group invites you to join us to review recent cases decided by the Committee on Infractions including, Level I and Level II infractions cases concerning lack of institutional control, failure to monitor, head coach responsibility, recruiting violations, and more. We will identify current enforcement trends and points of emphasis, as well as institutional best practices.” Topics are described as follows:

  • A breakdown of cases involving both institutions and involved individuals in 2018
  • Analysis of the Committee on Infractions’ administration of institutional penalties and show causes
  • A comparison of 2018 to 2017, and early 2019 cases to assess trends and institutional best-practices
  • Updates in the Committee on Infractions and NCAA Enforcements’ operating procedures and infractions resolution tracks

Sign up here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8500551291478797826