29: Sports Law at an International Law Firm with Brian Socolow

In this episode, Peter speaks with Brian Socolow, the Co-Chair of the Sports group at Loeb & Loeb, an international law firm. Brian speaks about his career as an attorney practicing “sports law” at a large law firm, including the challenges and opportunities that he has encountered. This podcast will be of particular interest to law students and lawyers interested in pursuing a career in sports law.

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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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23: HGH-Gate with Dan Werly

In this episode, Peter Ott discusses the recent “HGH-Gate” NFL interviews with Dan Werly. Dan is the founder and managing editor of the White Bronco, a leading sports-law blog. If you like this podcast and have not yet checked out the White Bronco, you should definitely check it out. . You can follow him on twitter at @WerlySportsLaw.

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18: Sports Law Entrepreneurship with Tony Iliakostas

In this episode, Peter Ott discusses the experience of hosting a sports law blog with Tony Iliakostas, the host and founder of the sports law webshow Law and Batting Order. He’s also a sports law contributor for the website LawNewz. Tony is a graduate of Fordham University and an alumnus of New York Law School. He’s also currently a Business Affairs Manager in the Rights Representation Group at Corbis Entertainment. You can follow Tony on twitter at @aliakostas and Law and Batting Order at @LawandBO.

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Podcast Episode One – Deflategate with Ian Gunn

Today I am proud to release the first official episode of the Sports Law Biz Podcast. This is a full length podcast episode, lasting for 34 minutes. You can listen to it here on this blog post or you can follow this link and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. If you subscribe, this and future episodes will be downloaded directly to your computer or mobile device and you will never miss one in the future. You can also find the episode on Soundcloud, Stitcher, and Youtube.

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An Introduction to Sports Law Biz Podcasts

Hopefully by now you’ve had a chance to listen to “Episode Zero” of the Sports Law Biz Podcast, which I released last week. That episode is only seven and a half minutes long and it provides an overview of my vision for the podcast. I have been recording a series of podcast episodes about the law and business of sports and been saving them up before I begin releasing them. Now I have enough of them stored up to begin releasing them and my plan is to release them every other week, on Monday mornings (starting next Monday, September 7th).

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