Current Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment (Tuesday, June 25)

06/25/2019 - 08:00
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Current Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment (Tuesday, June 25)
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Time: 8:00am
Location: Eckstein Hall, room 444
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Sports Law 30Summerfest

On Tuesday, June 25th, 2019, the National Sports Law Institute and Summerfest invite you to attend Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports and Entertainment Law, at Marquette University Law School. Topics to be discussed include: entertainment law ethics: the challenge of the four cs: competence, conflict, confidentiality, & compensation; Using the law to combat sport corruption; Professional leagues management of athlete’s biometric data, and building a successful sports law practice: the good, the bad and the ugly, among other possible topics.  

CLE CREDIT:

The National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School has applied for 4 Wisconsin CLE credits for this event, including 1 CLE ethics credit.

SPONSORS:

Seminar sponsors include Marquette University Law School, the Institute's Sports Law Alumni Association, and Sports & Entertainment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Sponsers

REGISTRATION

Registration for the Seminar is now closed.  No walk in attendees will be accepted.

Confirmed Participants

  • Professor Paul Anderson (L'95), Director, Sports Law Program and National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University Law School, Chair, Sports Law Alumni Association, and past chair, Sports & Entertainment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
  • Attorney Scott Andresen, founder, Andresen & Associates, Legal Counsel for Businesses, Entrepreneurs, Sports and Entertainment Professionals and more, Chicago, Illinois,
  • Attorney Sarah Brown (L'14), Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Texas A&M University, Sports Management – Health and Kinesiology, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas, 
  • Professor Mark Dodds (L’05), Associate Professor, Sport Management Department, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, New York,
  • Attorney Peter Strand, Partner, Mandell Menkes LLC, Chicago, Illinois

Tentative Schedule

7:30 am = Registration and Continental breakfast open in room 433.

8 am - 12 pm = Presentations in room 444.

Travel and Parking

Parking information and directions to Eckstein Hall can be found here.  Limited parking will be available at no charge for registered conference attendees on a first come first serve basis in level 2 of the Eckstein Hall parking structure.  The entrance for visitor parking is on the West side, in the middle of 11th street, just past the law school building.  Please identify yourself as a "Sports Law Seminar Attendee" and take a parking ticket as you enter the parking garage. When you enter the building, please check in at the main desk where you will recieve a second parking ticket.  You will need both tickets to exit the lot.  After validating your parking check in at the Seminar registration desk in the welcome area.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

Eckstein Hall, room 444
1215 W. Michigan Street
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