Hosted by Gabe Feldman--Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program, NFL Network Legal Analyst, and sports industry consultant, this podcast will look at current and breaking stories in the sports world and tell the largely untold (and often misunderstood) legal story behind the headlines. It will also explore significant sports stories and lawsuits that have been overlooked or forgotten. The goal of the podcast is to help people understand why and how each of these stories and cases have had such a big impact on the sports world and beyond. Who is the podcast for? Three audiences: 1) Sports fans who want to understand more about sports. There is a basic fact that gets overlooked by many sports fans: Most of the rules in sports—from salary caps to free agency restrictions to television deals to franchise relocation requirements to NCAA amateurism rules— are the way they are because of the law, and not simply because teams, leagues, or players want them that way. This podcast will help yo... more
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The pod is back! On this episode, we tackle the latest developments in the long and winding road to potential employee status for college athletes. We’ll break down the oral arguments in the Johnson v. NCAA case— with the 2 lead lawyers for the plai... more
Earlier this summer, a Supreme Court case about a high school football coach praying at the 50-yard line ignited a fierce debate about freedom of religion and expression. A majority of the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the coach and held that the... more
On this episode, I discuss all things baseball and the law with Evan Drellich, Senior Writer for The Athletic; Chelsea Janes, National Baseball Writer, Washington Post; and Bill Shaikin, reporter for the LA Times. We cover the future of the MLB anti... more
Love everything about this podcast. Very easy to digest.
Superb podcast that illustrates how unethical parties in the justice system, coupled with uninformed social media and abetted by a lazy media (I won’t dignify them with the term press) can distort any issue and destroy a reputation, in this case Watson’s. Rusty Hardin boils it all down and shows why he is such a great lawyer.
Keep up the good work, Gabe! As a 2001 Tulane Law alumnus, this goes a long way toward viewing my old student loan interest in a positive light.
I have been teaching #SportsLaw for 25 years and this is one of, if not the best, podcasts on the subject available. Gabe Feldman is a leader in the field and he brings his expertise, intellect, and humor to each interview. His decades as an expert allows him to reach the most important guests on a variety of topics making the podcast a must listen for anyone interested in sports or the law.
Must listen for any fan of sports or the law
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