New York Law School’s NIL Pro Bono Project and Why They are the Only Permitted Advocate for Student-Athletes in their State

Photo via NYLS_NIL Twitter The NIL marketplace is one that is new and uncertain. On October 26, the NCAA clarified its interim NIL policy. In the NCAA’s most recent guidelines, it makes clear that schools cannot engage in negotiations on behalf of an NIL entity or a student-athlete to secure specific NIL opportunities.[1] However, the... Continue Reading →

NIL’s Broader Scope than College Athletics

Photo via Golfweek - USA Today Jack Nicklaus, the world’s greatest golfer, and arguably one of the best course designers, finds himself in litigation against his old business partner, Howard Milstein. In 2007, Milstein bought Nicklaus’s intellectual property and golf course design services for $145 million.[1] Milstein's business, Nicklaus Companies LLC, sued Nicklaus in May,... Continue Reading →

2023 Super Two Service Time Set

Image via Through The Fence Baseball Major League Baseball (MLB) has the unique system of salary arbitration to allow young players to be compensated before they hit the free agent market. Players typically must accrue three years of Major League service time – with one year of service time equaling 172 days on the 26-man... Continue Reading →

Golf Defaming Patrick Reed?

Photo via             Media outlets criticizing professional athletes is just a part of the entertainment business, right? Patrick Reed believes Golf Channel has gone too far and claims that they have defamed him. Patrick Reed, former PGA Tour player and current LIV Tour player, withdrew his $750 million lawsuit against Golf Channel and analyst... Continue Reading →

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