28: Girls and Women in Sports with Nancy Hogshead-Makar

In this episode, Peter speaks with Nancy Hogshead-Makar, an Olympic Swimmer and CEO of Champion Women, an advocacy organization for girls and women in sports. Topics covered include Title IX and combating sexual abuse. These topics might be difficult to listen to, but the discussion is important. Champion Women has opportunities for research assistants if you are interested. You can follow Nancy on twitter here.

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24: Sports Law Biz Podcast Update

Hi everyone – you may have noticed that the Sports Law Biz Podcast did not put out any new episodes over the past couple of months. That’s because I have been busy with work and other obligations. But, with a new year comes more free time and a renewed dedication to releasing podcast episodes.

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22: College Athlete Compensation Economics with Andy Schwarz

In this episode, Peter Ott discusses the economics of college athlete compensation with Andy Schwarz. Andy is an partner at the economic consulting firm OSKR, contributor for Vice Sports and blogger at Sportsgeekonomics. He also co-authored the article The Ninth Circuit Decision in O’Bannon and the Fallacy of Fragile Demand with Richard J. Volante, which was included in the latest edition of the Marquette Sports Law Review. You can follow him on twitter at @andyhre.

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13: Morals Clauses with Kelly Jones

In this episode, Peter Ott discusses morals clauses with Kelly Jones. Kelly is Senior Counsel at Under Armour, an apparel and footwear company. She has years of experience negotiating endorsement contracts (among other types of contracts) on both sides of the bargaining table, previously representing athletes and currently representing a company that  seeks athlete endorsement of its products. In this interview, she provides insight into why morals clauses exist and how these clauses operate in the “real world.” This discussion covers good contractual drafting and negotiation principles for all lawyers, including sports lawyers.

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