Contractual relations in the NFL, Premier League & MLS: a comparison – Part 1
Published 05 April 2013 By: Ryan Becker
Mississippi Sports Law Review Editor-in-Chief Ryan Becker compares and contrasts the way in which the National Football League, the Premier League and Major League Soccer approach their legal contractual relations with its players.
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- Tags: American Football | Football | Major League Soccer (MLS) | Premier League | United Kingdom (UK) | United States of America (USA)
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Ryan is in his final semester of law school at the University of Mississippi. He graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Sports Management from Florida State University in 2010. Ryan has worked in for numerous sports agencies in the States and has gained valuable experience working with contracts which have ranged from professional team deals to athlete endorsement agreements.