Stefan John, Miami Sports, Entertainment, and Business Law Attorney to Speak with UB Law Students & Community

Mr. John is Joining Buffalo Sports and Entertainment Law Society to discuss everything law! The Event It is BSELS great pleasure to introduce Stefan John, a practicing attorney based out of Miami, Florida. Mr. John is joining the UB Law community, speaking with students, professors, and faculty regarding his practice experience and answering questions. Mr.... Continue Reading →

The NBA’s Covid Problem

Photo Via: The Guardian New York City vaccination mandate restricts Kyrie Irving; others unvaccinated can still play in NYC. The National Basketball Association is widely considered as a ‘player friendly league.’ NBA athletes often have the autonomy to act and speak as they wish and are championed for doing so. The NBA, staying on brand,... Continue Reading →

Rodeo Read vol. 7

A quick rundown of this past week in sports, entertainment, and law. Howdy, folks! I’m back with everyone’s favorite Monday-morning piece: the Rodeo Read. This past week in sports and entertainment law has been full of stories you can discuss at the watering hole, so let’s jump right on in.  Britney Officially Freed  No more... Continue Reading →

Who is Aly Raisman: As Told By “Fierce”

Part I of Aly Raisman Series by Darby Daly and Marissa Egloff Former United States Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman has one of the most impressive resumes. As a gymnast, Raisman captained the United States Olympics women’s gymnastics team in both 2012 and 2016, during which time she earned six Olympic medals, including three gold, two... Continue Reading →

Minor League Baseball Evolving: MLB to Provide Housing for MiLB Players Starting in 2022

            Following a unanimous decision in September by Major League Baseball (MLB) owners, MLB will cover the housing costs of minor league players beginning in 2022. For nearly 5,000 affiliated minor league baseball players, this is an incredible development. It has been an ongoing difficulty for minor league players to secure affordable in-season housing. This... Continue Reading →

The Penguins Settle

One week after the horrific report detailing the sexual assault and harassment former Chicago Blackhawk Kyle Beach faced, the NHL was once again in the limelight with more allegations of sexual assault and a cover up—this time against the Pittsburgh Penguins organization.  Erin and Jarrod Skalde filed a claim against the Penguins in federal district court... Continue Reading →

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