Each week The Sports Esquires keep track of the sports law headlines so you don’t have to. This week’s edition features the future of sports betting, obstacles to the sale of the Marlins, and more.
- Judge dismisses former USC linebacker’s wage lawsuit against the NCAA and Pac-12.
- A new Oklahoma law allows universities to sue agents and boosters who expose colleges to sanctions.
- The NCAA spent big on lawsuit insurance. Now it’s suing to enforce claims.
- Michigan State is suing to stop ESPN from accessing police reports of ongoing sexual assault investigations.
Sports Gambling and Fantasy Sports
- Tackling PASPA: The past, present, and future of sports gambling in America.
- Fantasy sports and sports betting are on a collision course.
- Will the NHL come to its senses about concussions?
- Judge denies NHL’s motion to compel discovery from Boston University in concussion case.
- Milwaukee Bucks settle class action lawsuit with former dancers.
- Does LeBron James have a legal case against a beer company?
- Could Dalvin Cook sue the man who tried to sabotage his draft position?
- Jane McManus follows up with Ray Rice in the aftermath of a high profile sports law case.