Sports Law in a Nutshell

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West, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 552 pages
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This book contains the elements of sports law explained in an organized, coherent manner. It simplifies the complex world of sports law and provides a road map to all of its intricacies from contracts, torts, antitrust, liabilities, constitutional implications, labor law, and taxes. The Fourth edition zeroes in on the alleged demise of ethics in the last four years, including the Mitchell Report and cases that involve Roger Clements, Michael Vick, "Pacman" Jones, etc.

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