Monthly Archives: September 2011

IP Expert Analyzes O’Bannon v. NCAA (Video)

David Post is an intellectual property professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Post clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during her first term on the Supreme Court and practiced IP law while working at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering … Continue reading

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The First Lady of Sports Law Discusses NCAA Economics and the NBA Lockout

Kristi Dosh is truly a jack (or jill) of all trades. The University of Florida Law School graduate is a successful finance and real estate attorney at Taylor English in Atlanta. Dosh is also an expert on sports law and … Continue reading

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Off Into a Golden Sunset…Maybe

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Defense Lawyer: Bonds’ Trial a Road Map for Lance Armstrong’s Future

When an athlete or coach is facing criminal charges, they call one of the most seasoned criminal defense attorneys in the nation — Lee Davis. Davis, a Boston University Law School alum and professor at the University of Tennessee at … Continue reading

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Attorney: NCAA Prefers Ambiguous Rules

Tye Gonser is an attorney with Weinberg Gonser LLP in Los Angeles.  He has a J.D. and M.B.A. from Florida State University. Gonser practices sports and entertainment law and advises athletes and sports agencies with respect to all legal needs, … Continue reading

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