This second edition updates the innovative casebook which is accessible to professors and students not thoroughly conversant in sports jurisprudence, yet challenging and provocative enough to be an essential reference to experts in the field. It contains cases, articles, relevant collective bargaining agreement provisions, legislation, critical commentary, notes, questions, and problems related to law and the sports industry.
“This casebook is a gem. It is both comprehensive and thorough, yet equally adaptable to a four-credit or two-credit course. The primer chapters on general contract, antitrust, and labor law are unique and invaluable to student and teacher alike. Most importantly, my students love it. They find the style accessible and the case notes relevant and helpful. My congratulations and thanks to Professors Cozzillio and Levinstein.” — Professor Peter Falkenstein, Hofstra University School of Law, on the first edition
“Practical, interesting, and informative, this textbook should be considered by anyone teaching in the field, since it offers a tremendous enhancement to learning an ever-widening subject.” — The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, on the first edition
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.