Gunner Kiel Demonstrates that Verbal Commitments Are Not Binding

Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics recently featured my article on Gunner Kiel and verbal commitments in the recruiting process.  (Click on the following link to view the article in PDF: Gunner Kiel Demonstrates that Verbal Commitments Are Not Binding).  I have also posted the article below.   My sincere thanks to Holt Hackney, publisher of Legal Issues in Collegiate […]

Sports Litigation Alert Publishes NHLPA Article By Dan Canavan

Sports Litigation Alert, a newsletter that monitors case law and legal developments in the sports law industry, published Dan Canavan’s article entitled NHLPA Dismisses Executive Director, Former U.S. Prosecutor Paul Kelly, in its September 11, 2009 issue.  Sports Litigation Alert is published by Hackney Publications, which also publishes the newsletter Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics and Legal […]

Legal Issues in High School Athletics Publication Launched

Hackney Publications, publisher of Sports Litigation Alert and Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics, has launched a new publication entitled “Legal Issues in High School Athletics“. I am pleased to report that I will be joining Holt Hackney and Robert Romano as a contributing editor of this publication.  Click here to view the first issue of […]

Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics Features Article by Dan Fitzgerald

Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics has featured the article “Another Lawyer Turned AD: Indiana Hires Fred Glass” written by Connecticut Sports Law publisher Dan Fitzgerald in its November issue. The publication of this article is particularly timely, as the NCAA handed down its harshest penalty to former Indiana basketball coach Kelvin Sampson, essentially preventing him from coaching […]

Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics Features Connecticut Sports Law Article

Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics featured the Connecticut Sports Law Article Setting the Trend in South Bend: Notre Dame Hires Sports Attorney as Athletic Director.  To view the article, click on the preceding link. My thanks to Holt Hackney and the staff at Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics.