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Principles of Sport Law and Finance: University of California, Irvine

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    This custom ebook includes chapters from Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition; Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition; and Sport Finance, Fourth Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Principles of Sport Law and Finance at University of California, Irvine.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Principles of Sport Law and Finance at University of California, Irvine.

    Table of Contents

    Module 1. The U.S. Legal System and Tort Law
    U.S. Legal System
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Tort Law and Product Liability
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Cook v. Colgate University
    From Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition

    Byrns v. Riddell, Inc.
    From Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition

    Module 2. Risk Management
    Risk Management
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Bearman v. University of Notre Dame
    From Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition

    Module 3. Sport Agency Law
    Agency Law
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Banks v. National Collegiate Athletic Association
    From Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition

    Module 4. Contract and Labor Law
    Contract Law
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Labor Law
    Alicia Jessop, Esq.
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Antitrust Law
    From Introduction to Sport Law, Second Edition

    Brown v. Pro Football, Inc.
    From Case Studies in Sport Law, Second Edition

    Module 5. Introduction to Sport Finance
    Introduction to Sport Finance
    From Introduction to Sport Finance, Fourth Edition

    Minor League Baseball Case Study: Wilmington Lions
    From Introduction to Sport Finance Instructor Guide, Fourth Edition

    Module 6. Sports Industry Trends
    Sport Industry Financial Trends
    From Introduction to Sport Finance, Fourth Edition

    Author

    John O. Spengler, JD, PhD, is a professor and director of the University of Florida’s Sport Policy and Research Collaborative. Spengler received his bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University, his law degree from the University of Toledo, and his PhD from Indiana University. His research focuses on legal and policy issues relevant to sport and recreation, obesity prevention and physical activity, and structural environmental factors (social and physical) that influence health. Spengler’s research has been funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to study policies relevant to improving opportunities for physical activity. He is a volunteer with the American Heart Association, where his research has informed AHA policy and advocacy efforts at the state and national levels to improve community health through physical activity.

    Spengler’s work has been published in numerous journals, books, and commissioned research papers and presented through webinars, panels, and professional presentations. He serves on the advisory board of the Aspen Institute’s Project Play and Physical Literacy Working Group and has served as president of the Sport and Recreation Law Association, associate editor of the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, and a board member for SHAPE America. Honors include selection as a University of Florida Research Foundation professor in recognition of research and scholarly achievements and two-time UF College of Health and Human Performance Teacher of the Year. He also received the Fame for Fitness Award from the Florida Sports Hall of Fame in recognition of his work on childhood obesity prevention, the University of Toledo School of Law Order of the Coif Jurisprudence Award, and SHAPE America’s Distinguished Scholar award. He is a research fellow of both the SHAPE America Research Consortium and the Sport and Recreation Law Association.

    Spengler resides in Gainesville, Florida. He enjoys sports and outdoor activities.

    Paul M. Anderson, JD, is the associate director of the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is also the associate director and a professor in the sport law program at Marquette University Law School, the most comprehensive and advanced sport law program in the world. He has taught, written, and consulted on all areas of sport law for the past two decades.

    As part of his role in the National Sports Law Institute, Anderson researches all areas of sport law and coordinates multiple publications for the sport industry, including annual surveys devoted to developments in the field. He has written numerous books, book chapters, articles, and other publications related to various areas of sport law. In his law practice, Anderson has represented many clients in the sport industry.

    Anderson is co-faculty advisor to the Marquette Sports Law Review, former editor of the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, and managing editor of the Journal of Sport and Social Issues. He is a reviewer for the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, Communication and Sport, and International Sports Law Journal. He is past chair of the Sports and Entertainment Law section of the State Bar of Wisconsin. Anderson is a member of the Sport and Recreation Law Association, the Sports Lawyers Association, American Bar Association’s Forum on the Entertainment & Sports Industries, and the International Association of Sports Law.

    In 2008, Anderson received the Faculty Advisor of the Year Award from the Marquette Moot Court Association. He also received the President’s Award from the Sport and Recreation Law Association in 2005 and was awarded the Sports Law Alumnus of the Year Award from the Sports Law Alumni Association of Marquette University Law School in 2003. In 2002 he received a Leadership Award from the Society for the Study of the Legal Aspects of Sport and Physical Activity.

    In his free time, Anderson enjoys reading science fiction, writing, and watching and participating in various sports. He and his wife and daughters reside in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

    Daniel P. Connaughton, EdD, is a professor in the sport management program and an associate dean in the College of Health and Human Performance at the University of Florida. His teaching and research are focused on the study of law and risk management in sport and physical activity programs.

    A frequent conference presenter and author of many publications, Connaughton has received several teaching and research awards. The American Heart Association has funded his research investigating implementation constraints and risk management practices related to automated external defibrillators in sport and recreation programs. Since 2008 he has served as the principal investigator of the Bicycle Safety and Risk Management Project, which is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation Safety Office. Connaughton is a research fellow with the Sport and Recreation Law Association and Research Consortium of SHAPE America.

    With an educational background in exercise and sport sciences, Connaughton also holds advanced degrees in recreation administration (University of Florida), physical education (Bridgewater State College), and sport management (Florida State University). Connaughton has held management positions in campus and public recreation departments, aquatic facilities, and health and fitness programs. He holds several professional certifications and frequently serves as a consultant and expert witness in sport and physical activity–related lawsuits.

    In his free time, Connaughton enjoys cycling, running, and traveling. He resides in Gainesville, Florida.

    Thomas A. Baker III, JD, PhD, is a commercial litigator turned associate professor in the sport management and policy program at the University of Georgia. He conducts research in sport management that focuses on the application of the law to sport. Within that focus he specializes in how commercial laws influence sport marketing, such as legal issues concerning brand management and the use of social media in sport marketing. Additionally, he conducts risk management research focused on preventing sexual abuse in sport, and terrorism management at sports facilities. He is also editor in chief of the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. Dr. Baker received his PhD in sport management from the University of Florida, where he was a Dr. Charles W. LaPradd PhD fellow and earned the Clifford A. Boyd Graduate Scholarship Award and the Norma M. Leavitt Scholarship. He earned his JD from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his class (cum laude), earning the distinction of William L. Crowe Sr. Scholar.

    Andrew T. Pittman, PhD, is a clinical associate professor in the HLKN department at Texas A&M University, where he is assistant director of the sport management division. Pittman has authored two other books as well as numerous chapters in books and articles in refereed journals. He is a frequent presenter at conferences from the local to the international levels on topics related to sport law.

    Pittman is a member of many organizations, including the Society of Health and Physical Educators (formerly AAHPERD), the National Sports Law Institute, the North American Society for Sport Management, the Sports Lawyers Association, and the Sport and Recreation Law Association.

    Sarah J. Young, PhD, is an associate professor in the department of recreation, park, and tourism studies at Indiana University. She has more than a decade of experience in administering and programming campus intramural sport programs and teaches legal aspects courses to undergraduate and graduate students in sport and recreation. Young has published numerous articles and book chapters in sport and recreation publications and has given more than 50 presentations at professional conferences. She is a member of the Sport and Recreation Law Association, the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association, and the National Recreation and Park Association.

    Gil Fried, JD, is a professor and the chair of the sport management department in the College of Business at the University of New Haven. He worked as a financial analyst with Paul Kagan Associates and analyzed numerous broadcasting contracts. He has written a significant number of books and articles, taught graduate and undergraduate courses in sport finance, and lectured on finance topics to various audiences. In addition to teaching and writing, Fried serves as an expert witness in litigation related to personal injury or financial injury in the sports and entertainment industry.

    Fried enjoys playing badminton and collecting stamps—particularly revenue and sport stamps to utilize in his teaching.

    Tim DeSchriver, EdD, is an associate professor in the department of hospitality business management at the University of Delaware. DeSchriver has worked as a field economist for the U.S. Department of Labor and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in sport finance and sport economics since 1998. He has authored and contributed to several books and sport finance–related publications in refereed journals.

    In his spare time, DeSchriver enjoys road cycling, mountain biking, and hiking.

    Michael Mondello, PhD, is a professor in the department of marketing and the associate director of the Vinik Sport and Entertainment Management program at the University of South Florida. He teaches finance and analytics, with research interests in financial and analytical issues related to sport organizations, including competitive balance, economic impact analysis, contingent valuation, ticket pricing, and stadium financing.

    Mondello’s work has been published in International Journal of Sport Finance, Economic Development Quarterly, Sport Marketing Quarterly, International Journal of Sport Management, Journal of Sports Economics, Journal of Sport Management, and Management Decision. He has also written a Harvard Business School case examining strategic philanthropy and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Mondello was recognized as a research fellow of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) in 2007.