New MLB CBA Limits Team Building Flexibility as Owners Seize Greater Share of League Revenues

“Labor peace” is a fragile concept. While the MLB’s owners and players have agreed to and subsequently ratified a new five-year Collective Bargaining Agreement effective through 2021, the league’s latest iteration of the CBA more closely resembles a temporary cease fire with a major showdown likely waiting at its expiration.… Read More New MLB CBA Limits Team Building Flexibility as Owners Seize Greater Share of League Revenues

O’BANNON: Expanding NCAA Student-Athlete Rights of Publicity and Foreshadowing the Downfall of Amateurism (Law Review Note)

This past academic year, I drafted a law review article designed to dismantle the NCAA’s current system that relies on “amateurism” to justify withholding monetary compensation from student-athletes. While the draft has been submitted to outside publications, check it out here in the mean time.… Read More O’BANNON: Expanding NCAA Student-Athlete Rights of Publicity and Foreshadowing the Downfall of Amateurism (Law Review Note)