College Football Players Sports Agents Sports Business

Miami Hurricanes’ Superstar Make Big Splash on NIL Day 1

It’s been less than 24 hours since the Florida Supreme Court ruling came into effect, allowing for collegiate athletes to be compensated based on their name, image and likeness (NIL). This monumental shift in college sports took little time for some teams, including the Miami Hurricanes, to take advantage of the opportunities. Earlier today, Heisman-hopeful […]

Endorsements Sports Law

Cheat Sheet For Sports Agents As Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) Goes Live July 1

College athletes in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and New Mexico will be allowed to earn money from third parties, subject to certain restrictions, as of July 1. Texas, Illinois, and Louisiana are expected to join those states offering a July 1 effective date in the near future, and the NCAA could still change its bylaws […]

Sports Law

What To Do If You Wish To Rep College Athletes In Florida

In 94 days, the State of Florida is set to become the first to give college athletes the right to commercialize their publicity rights (i.e. name, image, and likeness — “NIL”). The establishment of these rights will put athletes in a position of power, but also provide sports agents with opportunities that have not existed […]