How to play the game : What every sports attorney needs to know
By Heitner, Darren A.
American Bar Association.
Written as a practical guide for those interested in practicing law in the sports world, this text is easy to read and takes the reader through the many issues a sports lawyer might encounter. The author divides the text into a variety of issues from collective bargaining agreements and drug testing to IP and ethics. Real world examples are given, as well as case studies for each topic. This text is well researched and footnotes are found on every page citing news and law review articles as well as statutes and applicable cases. The appendix also includes samples of frequently used forms. Highly recommended for attorneys and law students interested in practicing sports law.
This three volume set provides in-depth coverage of professional and amateur sports law. The set is divided into seven different parts: representing a professional athlete, information on contracts for athletes, amateur athletics including NCAA information, injuries and violence, league operations, athlete endorsement contracts and the taxation of athletes, teams, and team owners. An extensive table of cases and arbitration decisions is provided.
By Kuhne, Cecil C.
American Bar Association.
This ABA publication looks at the wide spectrum of knotty legal disputes arising from the physical fitness arena, in areas such as health clubs, sports, running, and intellectual property, and the courts’ erstwhile efforts to mend fences and compensate victims.
This handbook examines the intersection of sports and antitrust law. It is intended to be a practical resource for attorneys navigating cases dealing with sports and antitrust law. Chapters cover relevant exemptions, Sherman Act cases and threshold issues, Sherman Act claims, common Sherman Act issues, private antitrust litigation, and Canadian cases.
"This book discusses all elements of sports law in an organized, coherent manner. Topics covered include contracts, torts, antitrust, liabilities, constitutional implications, labor law, and taxes. The fourth edition zeroes in on the alleged demise of ethics in the last four years, including the Mitchell Report and cases that involve such news makers as Roger Clements, Michael Vick, and “Pacman” Jones." - from the publisher
Latest received:REL. 3 (2011).
By Greenberg, Martin J.
3rd ed. c2009.
Sports Law Practice has been thoroughly updated to provide the practitioner in-depth coverage of Sports law. Topics cover include collective bargaining agreements, endorsement contracts, licensing and sponsorship agreements, tax planning, agents, workers' compensation, and officials. The two volume set also includes chapters that specifically discuss contracts for basketball players, football players, baseball players and college coaches.