Columbus partner, Kevin Braig, featured in an ABC6 News report regarding the recent Senate Bill 111 which would legalize sports betting in Ohio
Columbus partner, Kevin Braig, was featured in an ABC6 News report regarding the recent Senate Bill 111 which would legalize sports betting in Ohio.
As an exciting weekend of college football kickoff games comes to a close, a trial that could fundamentally alter the landscape of collegiate athletics is just beginning.
Shumaker is pleased to share this FIFA news from our colleagues at Globaladvocaten. Based on a cooperation agreement executed between FIFA and FIFPro (the World Players’ Union), in autumn 2017, FIFA amended its Regulations on the Status and Transfer of players, which has had a substantial impact on contractual relationships between clubs and (professional) football […]
ver the last few years, the mental health of athletes in general has become a national conversation with several star players like the NBA’s Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan speaking out on the subject.
“In addition to the growing financial commitments involved, negotiating college coaching contracts has become a far more complex procedure for both parties due to the non-standardized nature of each process and outcome. Unlike professional athletes and actors that collectively bargain for certain rights, every single coaching contract is a unique agreement unto-itself. Understanding the nuances […]
In the first apparel copyright case ever considered by the U.S. Supreme Court, Star Athletica, LLC v. Varsity Brands, Inc., the high court found on March 22, 2017 that decorative elements of a cheerleading uniform could be protected by copyright law. Varsity Brands Inc., the country’s largest cheerleading supplier, sued Star Athletica LLC, an upstart […]
Every year, no sporting event attracts more viewers than the Super Bowl. That will be the case again when the Patriots and Falcons square off in Super Bowl 51. But not everything on TV is the same as it has been in the past. In a recent column, Sports Business Journal media reporter John Ourand […]