2 edition of Professional sports and the law found in the catalog.
Professional sports and the law
Lionel S. Sobel
|Statement||by Lionel S. Sobel.|
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|Pagination||xxviii, 839 p.|
|Number of Pages||839|
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The sixth edition of this leading casebook explores legal issues in both professional and amateur sports, organized to provide instructors with flexibility to cover selected doctrinal areas or industry sectors.
Extended treatment is given to the key subjects of labor, antitrust, intellectual property, and the law of private associations.5/5(2). Sports and the Law: Examining the Legal Evolution of America's Three "Major Leagues", 3rd Edition, represents the most up-to-date legal analysis of a wide variety of cutting-edge sports law issues that have impacted the "Three Major Leagues" since the last edition was published.
In particular, each chapter’s updates, which are linked to an Appendix containing companion study guides, Cited by: 2. For coaches, students, and administrators, paralegals, as well as those seeking a law degree in this field of study, this book introduces the relationship between law and sports, teaches the fundamentals, provides real-world insights, and explains many recent cases/5(8).
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We deliver mission-critical information to professionals who have chosen the sports industry as their field, providing the kind of legal analysis and practical advice that leads to great business decisions. The aim of this book is to provide an account of how the law influences the operation, administration and playing of modern sports.
Although the book focuses on legal doctrine it has been written bearing in mind sport's historical, cultural, social and economic context, including the drama and colour of sport's major events and leading personalities.
Sports agents serve a valuable role in terms of securing and negotiating contracts for the professional athlete. Lawyers who represent athletes have generally been trained in the fundamentals of contracts and should be familiar with the current market value of their client relative to other athletes within the same sport.
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