John is an Attorney and Professor of Sports Law in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. In addition to being one of the lead editors of the book "Law for Recreation and Sport Managers" by Cotten and Wolohan, John also writes the "Sports Law Report" a blog and monthly article that appears in Athletic Business. John's areas of interest include intellectual property, doping in sport, and antitrust issues.
- Sports Betting in the United States: Supreme Court begins hearing Christie v. NCAA
- What the National Labor Relations Board opinion means for college football players
- The integrity of education in college sport: does the NCAA model compromise athlete welfare?
- A guide to the key legal reforms considered at the NCAA's 2016 Convention
- A full review of the National Labor Relations Board’s decision in NCAA v. Northwestern
- U.S. broadcasting: what ESPN v. Verizon litigation may mean for viewers, leagues and sponsors
- What does autonomy for the “Power 5” mean for the NCAA?
- Will restructuring the NCAA change the balance of power?
- A full review of the O’Bannon v. NCAA judgment
- Sports governing bodies and player welfare: examining the proposed NFL and NCAA concussion settlements
- College Athletes Players Association v. Northwestern University
- Update on O'Bannon v. NCAA
- Anti-doping and integrity in sport: an update from I Play Fair and WADA Conference
- New Jersey’s legal battle to add sports betting rumbles on
- The NCAA cases: is it losing its hold on college sports in the United States?