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Colangelo and His Demise: Do the NBA and Other Professional and Collegiate Athletic Organizations Need Social Media/Confidentiality Policies for Family Members/Third Parties?

June 18, 2018
The President of Basketball Operations of the Philadelphia 76ers, Bryan Colangelo, stepped down Thursday, June 7, 2018 from said role. This resignation came after it was discovered that Colangelo’s wife had utilized confidential information about h Read more »

The NFL vs. The National Anthem: The “Middle Ground” Policy and its Impact

May 29, 2018
On May 23rd, the NFL owners unanimously agreed upon and issued a policy on what its players are required to do during the National Anthem. During the singing of the Anthem, all players who are on the field are required to stand for the duration of th Read more »

How Online Divorces Fail

May 3, 2018
We live so much of our love lives online: meet our match, announce our relationship status, evite friends to showers and weddings, get gifted with online registers, and plan honeymoons through brand-name travel sites. What about legally ending a m Read more »

Four Fans Making Racist Comments At Blackhawks/Capitals Game Embarrass Us All

February 21, 2018
I was at the game. It was a beautiful night for hockey, Saturday, February 17. The Chicago Blackhawks were playing the Washington Capitals. The Blackhawks gave their best effort of the year, a 7-1 upset over the playoff bound Capitals. During the gam Read more »

THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN, IN CLEVELAND…Sports Logos, Like the Law, Reflect Public Policy

February 5, 2018
After an 80-year tradition, the Cleveland Indians has decided to part ways with their “Chief Wahoo” mascot, commencing in the 2019 baseball season. Although Cleveland had been using a “C” as their primary logo for the last few years, “Chie Read more »

Confidentiality Agreements in Sports

January 18, 2018
In today’s age of news leaks, social media, and with the Internet literally at your fingertips 24-7, keeping anything confidential would seem to be quite the challenge. Now imagine that you are trying to keep confidential the actions (or inactions) Read more »

Cheers! Three New Year’s Resolutions for The World of Sports

January 6, 2018
It’s that time of the year again, when you evaluate your successes and shortcomings for the past year and decide what to change. Making New Year’s Resolutions has become an integral part of many self-improvement plans. An avid sports fan, I st Read more »

Divorce-proof Your Marriage After Retirement

January 3, 2018
These days it’s common to see couples divorcing later in life, particularly after one of the spouses retires. Once a couple is faced with spending more time together, they may find their interests aren’t as compatible as they once were. Add to Read more »

Holiday Cheer: Athletes Leading by Example

December 27, 2017
As a change of pace to stories we often post about an athlete’s troubles, I thought it would be refreshing to report on two athletes whose off-the-field actions on Christmas Day are an inspiration. Houston Texans Offensive Lineman David Quessenb Read more »

Oklahoma, and not the Musical!

December 14, 2017
Everyone knows the story about former Oklahoma Sooner Joe Mixon. He was the star Sooner running back who was caught on video punching a woman in a restaurant, which caused him to be suspended for a year from college and damaged his NFL draft stock an Read more »

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