Friday Sports Briefs: National Letter of Intent Edition

“The worst contract in American sports” Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated, has written an excellent piece on the National Letter of Intent and Eddie Vanderdoes, a high school football player who will likely lose a year of NCAA eligibility because he decided to attend UCLA after signing a NLI to attend Notre Dame.  Staples provides […]

Friday Sports Briefs

Tax Breaks and Preferred Seating in College Sports Dave O’Brien, Editor of College Sports Business News has added podcasting to his repertoire.  In his latest podcast, O’Brien discusses tax breaks for preferred seating plans in college sports.  Great job, Dave. Should Bud Selig Stop the Marlins’ Firesale? Warren Zola has an interesting piece on the Sports […]

Friday Sports Briefs

O’Bannon v. NCAA Scorecard Michael McCann has a brief article in Sports Illustrated summarizing two of the plaintiffs’ recent victories in the potentially game-changing case over the use of the likenesses of NCAA student-athletes. New York Law School Sports Law Symposium The fourth annual New York Law School Sports Law Symposium will be held on […]