Rodeo Read vol. 9

After a brief hiatus, we’re back with another exciting rendition of the Rodeo Read to mark the one-year anniversary of everyone’s favorite segment on the blog. We’re going to catch up on some of the sports and entertainment law news that you may have missed during this past week. So please, hold onto your boots,... Continue Reading →

The NFL Tackles Diversity Issues

During the Annual League Meeting, the NFL has come up with an attempt to fix the league’s lack of minority coaches.  Monday brought some exciting news for the NFL. Aside from the Bills and Erie County agreeing to build a new stadium with a 30-year lease, the NFL, during the Annual League Meeting in Palm Beach Florida,... Continue Reading →

As Spring Comes, Chelsea left Frozen

Just mere days after he announced the club would be for sale, Russian oligarch and Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich has had his assets frozen by the UK. The surprise move has thrown a major wrench into his plan to sell the organization for upwards of 3.9 billion dollars.  According to The New York Times, the British government... Continue Reading →

World Champions for Sale

As we have watched the sporting world react to Russia’s abhorrent invasion of Ukraine, there have been several notable responses—from EA Sports removing the Russian and Belarusian national teams from NHL 22 to UEFA moving the Champions League final out of Saint Petersburg. Each response echoing the same sentiment: a senseless and bloody invasion will not be tolerated,... Continue Reading →

USA Hockey Reported to Congress; University of Michigan Hockey Program Under Investigation

In the past two weeks, two of the country’s most prominent amateur hockey programs, USA Hockey and the University of Michigan’s men’s ice hockey team have come into the limelight for their involvement in outside investigations.  USA Hockey The U.S. Center for SafeSport, an independent organization designed to investigate allegations of abuse and misconduct for... Continue Reading →

He’s Back…

If you watched the Phillies at all this season, you may have noticed the best mascot in sports, the Phillie Phanatic, looked a bit different. His antics, however, were the same. The cosmetic adjustments weren’t part of the normal evolution mascots generally undergo, rather they were the direct result of a lawsuit between the Phillies organization and the... Continue Reading →

Rodeo Read Vol. 8

Hello everyone, welcome to another riveting edition of everyone’s favorite segment: the Rodeo Read. The past couple of weeks have been a whirlwind—wilder than the Wild West itself for the legal community. From sneakers to streaming services, there’s plenty of sports and entertainment law-related news to get through, so let’s jump right in.  Nike Pulls... Continue Reading →

Coyotes to Wander the Desert? 

The Arizona Coyotes may be looking for a new home way sooner than they expected. It was reported yesterday that the City of Glendale, the owner of the Coyotes’ Gila River Arena, is set to lock the team out on December 20, if they do not pay their delinquent tax bills and unpaid arena charges. The Coyotes... Continue Reading →

The Canadiens Clear House

There will be new front office leadership for hockey’s oldest franchise. On Sunday, Montreal Canadiens owner, Geoff Molson (yes, part of the Molson family) cleared house and fired embattled GM Marc Bergevin after what was determined to be an “unacceptable” start to the season. The Stanley Cup runners-up have gotten off to an even slower start than the Flyers... Continue Reading →

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