Legal & Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment Law

06/25/2021 - 12:00
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Legal & Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment Law
Date: Friday, June 25, 2021
Time: 12:00pm
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On Friday, June 25, 2021, the National Sports Law Institute and Sports Law Alumni Association of Marquette University Law School present their annual summer CLE program Legal & Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment Law.  This free online CLE seminar will feature sports and entertainment law experts discussing interesting current issues in the field, along with a panel focusing on current issues in collegiate athletics, and a focus on ethical issues impacting athlete agents.  Details of participants, topics, and a tentative schedule for the afternoon are below.  

  • The National Sports Law Institute will request approval of Wisconsin CLE Credit for this CLE Seminar from the WIsconsin Board of Bar Examiners.  If approved, the Institute will notify all attendees of such approval.  The Institute will not apply for approval of CLE credit in any other state, but will assist attendees when possible in seeking approval from other jurisdictions. 

  • 12 – 12:05 pm – Welcome & Instructions
    • Paul Anderson (L’95), Director & Professor, Sports Law Program and National Sports Law Institute, and Chair, Sports Law Alumni Association, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI
  • 12:05 – 12:30 pm - Historical Year for NCAA Legislation:  NIL, Alston, and One-Time Transfer Exception for All Sports
    • Henry Benjamin Archuleta (L’11), Assistant AD for Compliance Services, Clemson University, and member, Sports Law Alumni Association, Clemson, SC  
  • 12:35 – 1:50 pm – Current Legal & Ethical Issues in Collegiate Athletics
    • MODERATOR = Brent Moberg (L’04), Director of Compliance, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
    • PANELISTS = 
      • Henry Benjamin Archuleta (L’11), Assistant AD for Compliance Services, Clemson University, and member, Sports Law Alumni Association, Clemson, SC  
      • Jonathan Bateman (L’11), Assistant Director of Compliance, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and member, Sports Law Alumni Association, Lincoln, NE
      • Matt Mikrut, Director, Office of the Committees on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association, member, National Sports Law Institute, Board of Advisors, and Adjunct Professor, Indiana University-Bloomington, Indianapolis, IN 
      • Kristina Minor (L'13), Associate AD for Compliance, Northwestern University, and member, Sports Law Alumni Association, Evanston, IL (L’13)
      • Justin Pollnow (L’08), Director of Athletics Compliance, Arizona State University, and member, Sports Law Alumni Association, Tempe, AZ 
      • Allison Rich, Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Princeton University, and member, National Sports Law Institute, Board of Advisors, Princeton, NJ
  • 1:55 - 2:45 pm - Title IX, Cutting Athletic Opportunities, and Competent Legal Representation
    • Paul Anderson (L’95), Director & Professor, Sports Law Program and National Sports Law Institute, and Chair, Sports Law Alumni Association, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI
  • 2:50 - 3:40 pm - First Amendment, Defamation, Fair Use and Privacy Challenges for the Documentary Filmmaker and Media Content Creator
  • 3:45 – 4:35 pm - Copyrights and Estate Planning: What Every Estate Planner Should Know
    • Laura Lamansky, Associate Attorney, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee, WI  
  • 4:35 - 4:40 pm - Closing Remarks

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