IILP Program CLE Material

The social media (r)evolution: Current Legal Trends and Ethical Considerations

An annual Ad Nauseam event by the NYLS Advertising Law Group

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

Events Center (2 Floor), 185 West Broadway, New York, NY

Hot Topics in Social Media

2014 Sports Law Symposium

Doping in the Olympics (1 CLE Credit)

Brian Socolow- Sports Litigation Alert Nov 2012

Maureen Weston-DOPING CONTROL

Armstrong v Tygart

 

Breakout Panels:

1. Negotiating Tactics in Sports Law (1 CLE)

Kenneth Shropshire Negotiate Like the Pros Stick with your Style

2. State of the NCAA (1 CLE)

Are NCAA Athletes Unpaid Interns

Trail of Tears

Wisc L Rev FLSA

College Athletes

Wisconsin Law Review – Leroy pp 1096 FLSA

Time to Readdress the Notion of Workers’ Compensation for NCAA athletes

 

Endorsements and Social Media (1 CLE)

LaRussa v Twitter Complaint (1)

PhoneDog v Kravitz 2011 U S

SBD- Athletes see rising social media demands – SportsBusiness Daily _ SportsBusiness Journal _ SportsBusiness Daily Global

Social Networking Client Warning Letter

NYLS Symposium Hypothetical Negotiation General_Information1_ (3)

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1565617-nfl-athletes-use-of-social-media-is-a-cause-of-concern-for-teams

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/05/05/rashard-mendenhall-loses-endorsement-deal-with-champion/

 

Keynote Speech

Heitner- Duties-of-Sports-Agents-to-Athletes-and-Statutory-Regulation-Thereof