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Interpol Joins SAFA Match-Fixing Investigation

Interpol has been drafted in to help with the investigation into the match-fixing scandal that has sent shock waves through South African football. Last week,...

The Fat Lady Has Started Singing in Sports Artist Daniel Moore’s Trademark Lawsuit

In the late 1970s the Washington Bullets National Basketball Association team created a slogan that summarized the team’s never-say-die spirit.  “It ain’t over till...

Concussion Lawsuits Consolidated into One Mega Suit

Numerous new outlets have reported recently on the many lawsuits filed against the National Football League, accusing the league of hiding information that linked football-related...

U.S. Supreme Court Next Stop for Mike Leach Case

The latest ruling by the Texas Supreme Court in college football coach Mike Leach’s case against Texas Tech University made for good press. However,...

Title IX missing teeth

Suppose a boy refuses to share the cookie jar with his sisters.  Whenever this occurs, the boy’s mother threatens to remove his cookie privileges...

Immigration and Sport: How Do the Dots Connect Them?

The presence of large numbers of illegal immigrants in this country remains a touchy political issue.  This issue even spills over into the world...

Can There Be Sport Without Attorneys?

We often see opinion pieces decrying the prevalence of attorneys in our society.  We certainly live in a litigious era.  In the mythical Old...

When “Waiver” Means more than just Being Released

Almost anyone who has worked in youth sports is familiar with the use of liability waivers. When parents sign their son up for the...

Will the Fear of Litigation Undo Us All?

It is an article of faith that we live in a litigious society. Stories about people suing over items found in restaurant food or...

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