Sports Law

Reported $300M Lawsuit Against iFIT Could Lead To Bankruptcy

One iFIT’s lenders, Pamplona Capital Management, filed a potentially fatal lawsuit against it, according to The New York Post.

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Ohio State Creates NIL Group To Help Athletes Earn More Money

The NIL industry is still in its infancy, but after six months, early winners are emerging — and Ohio State athletes top the list. 

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Capitalizing on NLRB Memo

In their rebuttal, athletes argued Alston does, in fact, give them legitimacy to pursue their case — and the NLRB memo gave them extra ammunition to go even further.

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Sources: Raiders Executive Departures Linked to Financial Irregularities

Financial irregularities played a role in the departures of three Las Vegas Raiders executives, sources tell Front Office Sports.

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Time to Celebrate?

When the Supreme Court ruling on NCAA v. Alston came out, headlines proclaimed it the end of the amateurism. But that’s not true.

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Supreme Court Issues Unanimous Pro-Athlete Decision in NCAA v. Alston

In a unanimous and historic decision, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of college athletes in the case NCAA v. Alston on Monday.

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Title IX Lawyer Saves Sports Teams

Renowned attorney Arthur Bryant has been successfully prosecuting sports team Title IX cases since 1985. When Dartmouth Athletics cut five varsity programs including women’s swimming and diving, alumni like Mariah […]

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Shot Callers: Kari Cohen, General Counsel, New York Red Bulls

While Kari Cohen only joined the New York Red Bulls in January as the club’s new general counsel, the accomplished sports executive sees a bright future ahead for soccer in […]

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NCAA Player Likeness Ruling Opens Up Pandora’s Box For Stakeholders

The NCAA allowing student-athletes to cash in on the use of their name, image, and likeness is a rule change generations in the making; made possible by months of mounting […]

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Could College Athletes be Compensated for Likeness?

*This piece first appeared in the Front Office Sports Newsletter. Subscribe today and get the news before anyone else. NCAA Football might be coming back to gaming consoles sooner rather than later. Thanks […]

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