What: Panel: Exploitation of the Student-Athlete? Evaluating Bloom, Oliver, O’Bannon and Keller
When: Friday, April 16 (9:30 a.m.)
Where: Florida Coastal School of Law, Room 250 (map)
Over the past decade, technological advancements across all platforms have resulted in unprecedented dilemmas for the world of college athletics, including student-athletes not being compensated for the commercial use of their likenesses. National experts with involvement in high profile litigation on behalf of student-athletes will discuss their experiences, the NCAA amateurism rules regarding use of agents, as well as other landmark developments.
Moderator: Michael Huyghue, Commissioner of the United Football League
- Rick Johnson, Attorney and Counselor at Law (Cleveland, OH)
- Jon King, Partner, Hausfeld LLP (San Francisco, CA)
- Amy McCormick, Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law (East Lansing, MI)
- Robert McCormick, Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law (East Lansing, MI)
For more information, contact Professor Karcher, Director for the Center for Law and Sports, at (904) 680-7743 or [email protected].