This second edition updates the innovative casebook which is accessible to professors and students not thoroughly conversant in sports jurisprudence, yet challenging and provocative enough to be an essential reference to experts in the field. It contains cases, articles, relevant collective bargaining agreement provisions, legislation, critical commentary, notes, questions, and problems related to law and the sports industry.
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Michael J. Cozzillio is a professor of law at Widener University School of Law.
Mark S. Levinstein has represented such clients as the U.S. National Soccer Team Players, Nancy Kerrigan, the St. Louis Rams, the San Diego Padres, Patrick Ewing, and many others. A partner with Williams & Connolly, he has taught at Georgetown University Law Center.
Michael Dimino is a professor at Widener University School of Law.
Gabe Feldman is a professor Tulane University Law School.Review:
"Practical, interesting, and informative, this textbook should be considered by anyone teaching in the field...." --The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer (on the first edition)
"This casebook is a gem . . . my students love it." --Professor Peter Falkenstein, Hofstra University School of Law (on the first edition)
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