Sports and the Courts endeavors to convey to the reader not only the legal implications of sports issues but a portrait of the conditions of modern society as sports litigation reveals it. It presents a selection of recent court cases, dealing with a variety of sports-related issues that are brought before the bar for judicial remedy, while also concentrating on the many ways sport has changed in our society today. A significant feature of the second edition is the discussion of topics not covered in the first edition, such as Social Media, Bullying and Hazing, Drug Testing, Internships, Cheerleading, and the all-important Management of Risk in Sport.
Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems uses the leading historical and major recent sports law cases to illustrate developing legal principles governing the amateur and professional sports industries. Designed to raise some of the deeper philosophical, sociological, psychological, and economic policy issues that arise in sports context, the text mirrors the modern practice of law in the 21st century. A series of hypothetical problems and exercises in client counseling, negotiation, and document-drafting provide students with a means of applying their knowledge and developing skills.
The monthly law publication providing guidance on all aspects of sports law, including licensing and sports data, anti-doping and doping sanctions, TV and broadcasting rights, sport technology, players agents, disciplinary measures, sports integrity, sports betting, player contracts, intellectual property, transfer regulations, sports sponsorship and marketing, and governance, as well as coverage of key legal cases, sporting regulations and governing bodies including the IOC, UEFA and FIFA and sporting events such as London 2012.
The Entertainment and Sports Law Journal is a refereed online journal. It is located within a dynamic and rapidly expanding area of legal theory and practice. Whilst focused within legal study, the areas it encompasses are necessarily interdisciplinary. Entertainment Law, Media Law, Sports Law, IP Law, Licensing Law – these are all subjects that are taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level at increasing numbers of Law Schools in the UK and beyond. Areas that are of interest to the Journal include the ways in which the law and regulatory frameworks operate in the following industries: music, sport, film, theatre and literature, art, gaming, the night time economy and the Internet and social media.