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February 24, 2023

Case Summaries

The Sports World and the Collapse of the FTX House of Cards

By Jeff Birren, Senior Writer Introduction These pages last looked at the collision between the now-infamous FTX and the sports world in December 2022. The Golden State Warriors had recently been named as a defendant in the class action lawsuit, that claimed the...

A Friendly Reminder to Collegiate Athletes: ‘The Waiver’ is Real

By Erik Smith* In a recent case filed on January 13, 2023, Konrad Sinu and Linda Szurlej v. Concordia University, a student athlete and his mother sued a private university in Nebraska for negligence. Ultimately, the claim lacked merit due to the student and his...


Settlement Reached in Concussion Case Involving Berkeley Cheerleader

By Gina McKlveen During a routine when a cheerleader rises to the top of a pyramid, supported solely by the strength and trust of her teammates, it probably doesn’t occur to her that the hierarchical athletic structure in sports injury cases could impact her recovery...

News Briefs

Tulane Sports Law Alum Named Associate AD for NCAA Compliance

The Western Michigan Division of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced the hiring of Kate Eshleman to the position of Associate Athletic Director for NCAA Compliance. Eshleman will serve as a member of the Athletic Director’s Senior staff, while overseeing WMU’s...

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