Professor of Law
BSE The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Economics 1999 MA University of Michigan School of Kinesiology Sports Management 2003 JD University of Michigan Law School Law 2003
Areas of Expertise:
Sports Law; Antitrust Law; Intellectual Property Law; Contact Law; Gaming Law; The Fantasy Sports Industry; Sports Stadium Subsidies; Right of Publicity; Collective Bargaining
Disarming the Trojan Horse of the UAAA and SPARTA: How America Should Reform its Sports Agent Laws to Conform with True Agency Principles, 4 Harvard Sports And Entertainment Law Journal 145-189 (2013).
Closing the ‘Free Speech’ Loophole: Protecting College Athletes’ Publicity Rights in Commercial Video Games, 65 Florida Law Review 553-586 (2013).
A Short Treatise on Fantasy Sports and the Law: How America Regulates its New National Pastime, 3 Harvard Journal Of Sports & Entertainment Law 1-53 (2012).
Upon Further Review: Will the NFL’s Trademark Licensing Practices Survive Full Antitrust Scrutiny? The Remand of American Needle v. Nat’l Football League, 16 Stanford Journal Of Law, Business & Finance 183-222 (2012).
Does the NBA Still Have Market Power? Exploring the Antitrust Implications of an Increasingly Global Market for Men’s Basketball Player Labor, 41 Rutgers Law Journal 549-591 (2011).
A Sobering Conflict: A Call for Consistency in the Messages Colleges Send About Alcohol, 20 Fordham Intellectual Property,Media & Entertainment Law Journal 1389-1418 (2010) (co-authored).
Collectively Bargained Age/Education Requirements: A Source of Antitrust Risk for Sports Club-Owners or Labor Risk for Players Unions? 114 Penn State Law Review 341-375 (2010) (co-authored).
Contributor, Forbes SportsMoney
Blogger, Sports Law Blog
Observer, Uniform Athlete Agents Act Drafting Committee
Member of the New York State Bar
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Professor of the Year, Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, 2012-13.
Ranked No. 6 on list of Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Professors on the Social Science Research Network, 2010.
Ranked No. 10 on list of Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Professors on the Social Science Research Network, 2009.