Presentation by: Martin J. Greenberg June 23, 2023 Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment Brought to you by the National Sports Law Institute (Click the following image to view the
Professor Martin J. Greenberg (L ’71), Managing Member, Law Office of Martin J. Greenberg, LLC, and Adjunct Professor of Law, Founder, National Sports Law Institute, NSLI Board of Advisors, Milwaukee,
A Celebration of 50 Years of Teaching a Service: Tributes to Professor Martin J. Greenberg
Re: Dr. Randy Smith and Cowley College Athletics Department. Dear Sirs/Madams...I have been asked by Dr. Randy Smith to review actions taken by him in response to the lack of oversight by the Athletic Director. Accordingly, we are now in the process of investigating this situation and wish to offer some preliminary observations.
St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority, the City of St. Louis, and the County of St. Louis v. National Football League, The Rams Football Company, LLC, et al.
By Martin J. Greenberg and Jaime Garcia Montes I. Introduction The prospect of beginning a professional career in athletics often incites elation equally for the collegiate athletes themselves as well
This article is shared from the August 4, 2021 issue of Inside Track, Bi-Weekly Newsletter of the State Bar of Wisconsin. Article Written By Joe Forward Marty Greenberg brought sports
By Martin J. Greenberg & Michael R. Gavin I. Introduction Sports facilities can generate substantial economic growth for their local communities. Over the past decade, the sports industry has looked
By Martin J. Greenberg and Alex Utrup I. Introduction Coming off a Most Valuable Player (‘MVP’) season in 2018-19, Giannis Antetokounmpo (“Antetokounmpo”) said that he was only at “60 percent
I. Introduction The 2020 season marks the fourth year Minnesota United Football Club (“MNUFC”) will compete in Major League Soccer (“MLS”). MNUFC entered the MLS as the 22nd franchise when