Friday Sports Briefs

Lawyers and the Tim Tebow Trade Brian Socolow, new to the Sports Law Blog, has posted an interesting thought about the Tim Tebow trade and the Jets’ use of attorneys.  Solcolow makes an excellent point - that lawyers need to be involved early in the process of virtually any legal matter.  I covered the same topic [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

UConn Players Shine at the NFL Combine Desmond Conner at the Hartford Courant has some excellent coverage of UConn football players Kendall Reyes, Kashif Moore and Dave Teggart, who recently worked out at the NFL Combine. Former UConn Receiver Kashif Moore Talks About Solid Day At The NFL Combine Former UConn DT Kendall Reyes Says He’s Pleased [...]

New York Law School to Host Sports Law Symposium

The New York Law School Institute for Information Law and Policy and the New York Law School Sports Law Society is holding its Third Annual Sports Law Symposium on Friday, November 4, 2011, from 12:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at New York Law School, 185 West Broadway, New York.   The symposium will feature the [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

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UConn Booster on Coaching Search, Conference Realignment Neil Vigdor of the News Times checks in with Robert Burton, the UConn booster who made headlines in January over the lack of input that he was given in the search for a new football coach.  See UConn Football Donor Requests Return of Donation After Coaching Hire and UConn and [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

Big 12 Schools Delay Texas A&M’s Move to the SEC Texas A&M’s move from the Big 12 to the SEC has hit a snag as Baylor, among other schools, has reportedly refused to waive its rights to sue A&M and the SEC over the move.  Pete Thamel of the New York Times has the story.  In addition, Temple [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

Titans and USC Settle Suit Over Running Backs Coach The University of Southern California (USC) and the Tennessee Titans have settled their lawsuit over USC’s hiring of running backs coach Kennedy Pola while he was under contract with the Titans.  The terms of the settlement are confidential.  Despite the quiet end to this suit, the legal issues [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

Leaving College for the NBA Marc Isenberg has posted an excerpt from his upcoming booklet entitled Go Pro Like a Pro on his blog, Money Players.  Isenberg provides a guide for players considering whether or not to leave school and enter the NBA Draft. McCann on Bonds Michael McCann of SI.com and Sports Law Blog offers [...]

Friday Sports Briefs

Jury Begins Deliberations in Bonds Trial ESPN’s Lester Munson has the story on the final arguments in the Barry Bonds trial.  Munson opines that the prosecution may have saved its faltering case with a brilliant performance during closing arguments.  The case is now in the hands of the jury.  Michael McCann of Sports Illustrated and [...]

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