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Expert Writes about Former Coach and Lawsuit Against Auburn

(What follows is an excerpt from a piece written by Bill Robers of Sparks Willson Borges Brandt & Johnson, P.C.) Sunny Golloway, former head baseball coach at Auburn University (Auburn), has sued the university’s Board of Trustees and a number of athletics department personnel for breach of contract and other claims related to his firing…
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Expert on Assumption of the Risk Picks Up Another Victory

Carla Varriale of Havkins Rosenfeld Ritzert & Varriale recently represented several defendants in securing a legal victory in a case involving to wrestlers in New York state. In two separate actions, the high school wrestlers alleged that they contracted herpes gladiatorum and MRSA from another wrestler while participating/competing in a 2011 wrestling tournament, which was…
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Evans and TJSL To Host Discussion on ‘The Future of America’s Pastime’

Sports law attorney Jeremy Evans and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law will host a discussion on the “Past and Future of America’s Pastime” next month, featuring former Los Angeles Dodgers Vice President and General Manager Fred Claire as the guest speaker. When: Monday, July 11, 2016, 12:00-1:30 p.m., PST Where: Thomas Jefferson School of…
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Feldman to Discuss College Athletes’ Amateurism at Knight Commission

Tulane Law Professor Gabe Feldman was among those sports law experts who shared his legal expertise before the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics May 10 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Feldman, director of Tulane’s Sports Law Program and the university’s associate provost for NCAA compliance, discussed ongoing issues involving amateurism and the use of…
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Ammon Quoted in Article about CSC-Houston Incident

Dr. Robin Ammon, Chair of the Division of Kinesiology and Sport Science at the University of South Dakota, has been following the crowd management space and what can be done when things get out of hand for decades. He was quoted last winter in “University of Houston Severs Ties with CSC After Fans Are ‘Punched’…
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Sports Law Attorney Writes About Blackhawks Case

By Scott A. Andresen, Andresen & Associates, P.C. It’s almost as ubiquitous as it is irritating that trips to the local sporting venue are sullied when a nearby spectator figuratively becomes a pain in the neck when exhibiting an alcohol-induced lack of manners and decorum. For one fan at last year’s May 23rd Chicago Blackhawks…
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Sports Lawyer Gene Egdorf Changes Firms, Joins Williams Kherkher

Gene R. Egdorf, a trail-blazing plaintiff’s attorney, who has represented countless student athletes in negligence cases involving concussion, sickle cell, dehydration, and health-related conditions, has joined the Houston firm of Williams Kherkker. Besides the traditional law firm setting, he has also served as Vice President and General Counsel for ETL Associates, Inc., one of the…
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Sports Law Expert – the Kickoff

Welcome to the Sports Law Expert blog, a media outlet designed to communicate the availability of sports law experts to the legal community. One of the blog’s goals is to share news and insights about sports law experts, whether they are attorneys or expert witness, that will help you the lawyer make the best possible…
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Sports Law Legal Experts

Robin Ammon, Ed.D. Expertise: Premise liability/risk management/crowd management University of South Dakota (724) 421-7407 Peter A. Carfagna Expertise: Sports Law, Sports Marketing, Sports Investments, Team and League Operations, Licensing and Sponsorship Agreements, Sports-Related Premises Liability, Intellectual Property, Risk Management, Corporate Formation (440) 228-8598 Magis, LLC (Founder), Former Chief Legal Officer of IMG Group of Companies…
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