Professional Caddies Lose Class-Action Lawsuit Against The PGA Tour

A group of 168 professional caddies have lost a class-action lawsuit against the PGA Tour. The suit was initially filed in February last year on behalf of 81 caddies with the United States Northern District Court of California - the same court that Ed O’Bannon (former UCLA & NBA basketball

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center 2016 Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium

What: SELS Symposium "The Cost of Entertainment: A Comprehensive Look into the Cost of Sports & Entertainment in the Modern Era" When: Saturday, February 20th, 8:30am-6:30pm Where: NSU Shepard Broad College of Law Panza Maurer Law Library, 3rd floor 3305 College Avenue, Davie, FL 33314 Agenda Panel 1: The Impact of Concussions on Athletes From High

University of Pennsylvania Law School Entertainment & Sports Law Society Annual Symposium

What: 3rd Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, "Sports In 2025" When: Friday, February 19, 2016 Where: University of Pennsylvania Law School, Michael A. Fitts Auditorium Schedule:  10:00 –10:30am: Light Breakfast 10:30 – 11:00am: Opening Remarks (Sports Illustrated's L. Jon Wertheim) 11:00 – 12:15pm: Panel 1: The Anticipated Growth in International Markets and Publicly Funded Stadiums 12:15 – 1:15pm: Lunch 1:15

University of Oregon School of Law 2016 Sports and Entertainment Law Forum

What: 2016 Sports and Entertainment Law Forum When: February 5, 2016 Where: Ford Alumni Center, Eugene, OR 97403 Conference Schedule & Keynote Presenter 9:00 AM — 9:30 AM....................................................................Check–In 9:30 AM — 10:50 AM.....................................................Compliance Panel 11:05 AM — 12:15 PM..........................................Sports and Business Panel 12:15 PM —1:10 PM.........................................................................Lunch 1:15 PM — 2:15 PM....................................Keynote Speaker Darren Heitner 2:15 PM — 3:30 PM..................................................General Counsel Panel 3:45 PM — 5:00

The NFL And “Paid Patriotism”

According to an article by Eben Novy-Williams of BloombergBusiness, the NFL plans to refund taxpayer dollars paid to teams for military tributes. The Department of Defense has spent more than $10 million on sports sponsorship in the past five years for box seats, advertising, on-site recruiting, and perhaps most controversial, tributes