Current Legal and Business Issues Affecting Collegiate, Olympic and International Sports
Published 10 September 2013
Marquette University Law School, Friday, October 18th, 2013
The conference will feature panels discussing current legal and business issues in Olympic and international dispute resolution, the third edition of the WADA code, the NCAA infractions process, current litigation in collegiate athletics and current legal and business issues in collegiate athletics.
- Mary K. Braza, Partner, Chair, Sports Industry Team, and Member, Management Committee, Foley & Lardner LLP;
- Jon Duncan, NCAA Interim Vice President of Enforcement;
- Christopher Griffin, Appeals Coordinator, NCAA Division 1 Committee on Infractions;
- Onye Ikwuakor, USADA’s Legal Affairs Director,
- Michael Lenard, Vice President, International Council for Arbitration for Sport;
- Donald Remy, NCAA General Counsel and Vice President of Legal Affairs;
- John Ruger, USOC Athlete Ombudsman; and many others.
The conference will run from 9 am until 5:30 pm on Friday, October 18th, 2013. There will be a continental breakfast, lunch, and a post conference reception. Approximately 8 CLE credits will be applied for from the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners. The NSLI will also assist attendees with CLE applications to other states.
Visit the conference website for complete details, including a full list of conference participants, information on conference sponsors, registration information, and the official conference hotel.
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