Law & Policy: Rules & Regulations
- States Take a Fresh Look at Metal Bats
by Michael Popke June 2007
States are taking a fresh look at a decades-old debate.
- Injuries Caused by Broken Metal-Halide Lights Prompt Legislative Initiatives
by Michael Popke May 2007
Incidents of UV damage caused by broken metal-halide lights have sparked legislative initiatives designed to encourage facility operators to change their bulbs.
- Texas' AED Mandate a Life-Saving Precedent
by Michael Popke April 2007
Texas may be setting a life-saving precedent with its new AED mandate.
- NCAA Schools Tackle Institutional Expectations of Coaches' Conduct
by Paul Steinbach April 2007
Recent episodes involving two prominent head coaches raise questions about institutional expectations of conduct.
- A Male Gymnast Fails to Win a Spot on the Girls' Team
by John T. Wolohan April 2007
With a bit more evidence, a male gymnast might have won a spot on the girls' team.
- A Diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder Doesn't Supersede Eligibility Rules
by John T. Wolohan March 2007
A high-schooler with Attention Deficit Disorder finds out that a diagnosis alone won't waive eligibility rules.
- Audit Trail
by Melinda Kempfer May 2006
A pool evaluation can help operators of aging aquatic facilities determine whether a renovation - or a rebuild - is in order.
- What a Wild Ride It's Been
by Andrew Cohen March 2006
Climbing walls come under new scrutiny after rash of accidents.
- Hazardous To Your Health Club
by Marvin Bynum December 2005
Because fitness centers face myriad liabilities -- from the minor to the catastrophic -- insuring against those risks can be quite complicated.
- Dance Fever
by Paul Steinbach June 2005
A heated exchange at San Jose State sparks debate over appropriate in-game entertainment.