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by Michael E. Jones

  • Author: Michael E. Jones
  • ISBN: 0136765459
  • ISBN13: 978-0136765455
  • ePub: 1110 kb | FB2: 1904 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Business
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (October 26, 1998)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 654
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Sports Law ePub download

Michael E. Jones teaches art, sport and media law at the University of Massachusetts Lowell

Michael E. Jones teaches art, sport and media law at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Jones began as an agent for professional athletes and TV celebrities and went on to co-create the Association of Representatives of Professional Athletes, which was later assigned to the NFL Players Association.

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This text targets undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in Business Law, Legal Environment of Business, and Sports Law courses, as well as lay persons interested in learning more about the subject of sports and the law in contemporary society. It introduces the basic legal principles surrounding the subject of the sports business. Includes many contemporary examples such as Alan Eagleson, Latrell Sprewell, Casey Martin, etc. show more.

Name the sports law area, and you'll find it in this book: contract negotiation, constitutional issues, team doctor malpractice . Kudos to Michael Jones! This book truly stands alone and brings this muddled area of law into sharp focus

Name the sports law area, and you'll find it in this book: contract negotiation, constitutional issues, team doctor malpractice, and much, much more. Don't let its "survey" nature fool you. Sports Law provides in-depth analysis of the key area of sports law. Each chapter in Sports Law begins with a "case study," which the author uses to bring the black letter law alive! Also, each chapter is chock-full of examples to illustrate difficult points. Kudos to Michael Jones! This book truly stands alone and brings this muddled area of law into sharp focus. Others in this field should follow Jones' lead by balancing the academic with the practical. It makes for an informative yet enjoyable reading experience!

A basic introduction to sports law in intercollegiate and professional sports, discussing areas such as drug testing, Title IX, antitrust and labor laws, collective bargaining, salary caps, free agency, and issues of race and violence. Appendices offer documents and contracts, and list major colleg.

Sports law in the United States overlaps substantially with labor law, contract law, competition or antitrust law, and tort law. Issues like defamation and privacy rights are also integral aspects of sports law. This area of law was established as a separate and important entity only a few decades ago, coinciding with the rise of player-agents and increased media scrutiny of sports law topics.

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This book targets undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in standard Sports Law courses as well as lay persons interested in learning more about the subject of sports and the law in contemporary society. It introduces the basic legal principles surrounding the subject of the sports business, focusing on the complex sports/entertainment relationship.

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Name the sports law area, and you'll find it in this book: contract negotiation, constitutional issues, team doctor malpractice, and much, much more. Don't let its "survey" nature fool you. Sports Law provides in-depth analysis of the key area of sports law. Each chapter in Sports Law begins with a "case study," which the author uses to bring the black letter law alive! Also, each chapter is chock-full of examples to illustrate difficult points. This book will appeal to all who are interested in sports, ranging from law students to sports enthusiasts. For example, Jones' insight into player/agent negotiation is something that every sports fan will enjoy. In addition to outstanding written matter, Jones provides real world examples of player contracts, and even gives readers reference materials, such as sports law websites for each topic. Finally, the layout of the book is superb: the index is comprehensive (another plus for students) and each chapter highlights thought provoking considerations of key points. Kudos to Michael Jones! This book truly stands alone and brings this muddled area of law into sharp focus. Others in this field should follow Jones' lead by balancing the academic with the practical. It makes for an informative yet enjoyable reading experience! Whether you're a student, lawyer, or sports fan, this book should rank high on your list of must reads and must haves!
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I read this book as part of a Sports and Entertainment law class taught by the author. Mr. Jones can certainly back up his knowledge of Sports and Entertainment law in the classroom and has a genuine affinity for sports. The book served as an excellent guide. It is notable that some areas need updating but an excellent all around book that is written well for the lay person.
Arilak
The best book on sports and law I have ever read. Michael Jones has truly outdone himself and is a great compliment to the world of education. His approach covers every aspect of sports and the law. This is pretty hard to do considering that sports change everyday and so do the stories surrounding them. I feel that I have a true understanding of how athletics operate; not just in this country, but globally! Good Job!
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