Law & Policy: Governing Bodies
- On the Field and Off the Mark
by Andrew Cohen December 2009
- High School Swimming Moves Forward After Suit Ban
by Michael Popke December 2009
Prep swimming moves forward following the ban of controversial high-tech suits.
- New Jersey Sports Administrators May Have Found New Way to Level Playing Field
by Michael Popke July 2009
New Jersey sports administrators may have found a new way to level the playing field.
- Supreme Court Will Review NFL Antitrust Case
by Andrew Cohen & John T. Wolohan July 2009
The NFL hopes the court will expand its lower-court victory by making all professional sports leagues immune from antitrust laws; "Sports Law" contributor John T. Wolohan offers an opinion about the league's chances of victory.
- NCAA Rule Intended to Protect Student-Athletes does Opposite, Court Says
by John T. Wolohan May 2009
An NCAA rule intended to protect student-athletes does the opposite, a court says.
- Court Determines that Interscholastic Sports Participation Is Privilege, Not Right
by John T. Wolohan April 2009
Another court determines that participation in interscholastic athletics is a privilege, not a right.
- Third-Party Health Club Certification Effort Could Benefit Industry
by Andrew Cohen February 2009
A third-party health club certification effort is afoot that could benefit club users and owners alike.
- Climbing Wall Association Struggles With Regulatory Agencies
by Andrew Cohen July 2008
It doesn't look as though the Climbing Wall Association's struggle with regulatory agencies will end any time soon.
- The Government Is Taking Notice in Its Citizens' Health
by Ronale Tucker Rhodes June 2008
At what point does there become a need for government to step in and take some sort of authoritative role?
- Coaches Embrace More Sophisticated Recruiting Methods, NCAA Responds
by Paul Steinbach June 2008
As coaches embrace more sophisticated recruiting methods, the NCAA braces for the next big thing.