UniWatch on High School Logos

As a Patriots fan who prefers Pat Patriot to Flying Elvis, one of my favorite blogs is Uniwatch, written by Paul Lukas, who also writes a uniform column for ESPN.com.  Yesterday I wrote about the trademark issue involving The Morgan School in Clinton, Conn., which uses a husky logo that is quite similar that used by the […]

Friday Night Rights: Heat and High School Athletics

Dave O’Brien, Editor of College Sports Business News recently published an article entitled “Heat Related Football Deaths Lead to Lawsuits”, and provided some excellent suggestions for coaches and administrators to follow with regard to summer practices. The article reminded me of a number of Connecticut Sports Law posts covering heat related issues in high school […]

Employment Rights of Connecticut High School Coaches

I was reading a recent Connecticut federal court decision in a case concerning the termination of an assistant football coach from a public high school.  The decision itself was not particularly remarkable, but did include a discussion of Connecticut General Statute Section 10-222e, entitled “Policy on evaluation and termination of athletic coaches.”  This is a statute with […]