Nic Mayne (HLS '18) is an attorney in the Portland, Oregon office of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. A graduate of Harvard Law School and former member of the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, Nic’s practice is now focused on representing educational institutions, … [Read more...] about Full Court Press: Highlights from the State Legislation Forcing the Issue on NIL
Another NFL season, another chance that (as of the start of Week 15) an 8-8 or 7-9 makes it into the playoffs (and hosts a game on Wild Card weekend). One of the Dallas Cowboys/Philadelphia Eagles will take the NFC East title this season, and it is possible that a record under … [Read more...] about A Wild Card Proposal: Should the NFL Get Rid of Divisions and Change its Playoff Format?
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on Friday made news for attempting to sideline two of its biggest stars. Memphis basketball player James Wiseman and Ohio State football player Chase Young each face allegations from the NCAA of financial misconduct that calls … [Read more...] about See You in Court? How the University of Memphis and James Wiseman Defying the NCAA Has Sparked Discussion about Association Rules
With the 2019-2020 NCAA College Basketball season tipping off, most would expect the Kansas Jayhawks to be looking to make a run at the National Championship. However, amidst program allegations, could Kansas’s performance in the courtroom be more important than its on-court … [Read more...] about Amidst Basketball Program Sanctions, the Kansas Jayhawks Aren’t Backing Down
On Tuesday, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) made headlines when its governing board voted to “start the process of modifying its rule to allow college athletes to profit from their names, images and likenesses ‘in a manner consistent with the collegiate … [Read more...] about Not Yet Over the Goal Line: Understanding What Happened with the NCAA Compensation Vote and What Comes Next