SEL Section – Articles of Interest (May 2020)

Members of the Sports & Entertainment Law (“SEL”) section found the following recent third-party articles to be of potential interest to the section. Feel free to reach out to the SEL section communications chairs (Kelly Ryan and Amanda Whorton) if you would like to submit either personally written pieces or other third-party articles that would be of interest to the entire SEL Section.

NCAA Announces Response to Expanding State Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation with Proposed Changes to Bylaws

Sudden vanishing of sports due to coronavirus will cost at least $12 billion, analysis says

Partial Summary Judgment Granted to U.S Soccer

Women’s National Team Misses Goal in Equal Pay Act Claims

Esports & the global pandemic

Zion Williamson asked under oath if his parents received gifts for him to attend Duke

Opportunities and challenges faced by the NBA

Hope For College Sports In 2020 Takes A Hit With California State Universities Going Virtual

NCAA Sets College Athlete Endorsements Free

Women’s sport in lockdown: The W Series

The NFL Approves New Measures To The “Rooney Rule”

Leonard v Nike: Copyright in the Klaw

Administration Offers Exemption from Restrictions on Entry to Foreign Professional Athletes