The Sports Law Handbook examines sports and its relationship to various areas of law, as well as the legal liabilities and responsibilities of coaches, administrators, managers, and institutions that have a relationship to the sports field. This book (1) Identifies the relationship of sports to various categories of the law, including contracts, torts, and crimes; (2) Analyzes the role of the attorney and sports agent when representing athletes; (3) Provides incite into sports contracts and contractual terms, and the forms they should take; (5) Discusses the legal issues unique to professional and amateur sports; (6) Shows how criminal law differs from civil law in the context of sports; (7) Gives an overview of the various labor issues in the sports world; and (8) Details the laws and regulations covering the drug testing of athletes.Contract. The standard player contract (SPK) is usually in a aboilerplatea form. Boilerplate is standard wording that can ... Newly formed leagues often model their own contracts after one of the Big Four (NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL) in order to recognize issues relevant to team owners and athletes ... The exact nature of the independent contractora#39;s relationship with 12 Sports Law Handbook The Professionalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sports Law Handbook|
|Publisher||:||William Glover - 2009-03-01|