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Episode 8: Eric Stisser Reflects On The St. Louis Blues' Championship Season
This week on After the Buzzer, Bob Wallace has a "Gloria"-ous guest: Eric Stisser, Vice President of Corporate Sponsorship of the St. Louis Blues. As St. Louis winds down after winning its first-ever Stanley Cup...
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2 Aug 2019
Episode 7: The State Of Sports Betting
The views expressed by our guest do not necessarily reflect the views of Thompson Coburn. This podcast is for informational purposes only and does not provide legal advice.
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23 Jul 2019
Episode 6: Addressing Sports Crises And Diversity With David Cornwell
In this episode, Bob Wallace sits down with David Cornwell, president of the sports law firm DNK Cornwell, to dissect the issues facing minority
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23 Jul 2019
Trouble Afoot: Duke's ‘Shoe-Gate' Highlights Current Controversies In College Basketball
By now, most collegiate sports fans are likely well-versed in the commentary surrounding Zion Williamson's injury during the highly anticipated February 20th game
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14 Mar 2019
Episode 5: Athlete Activism And Community Engagement
For the first episode of the new year, After the Buzzer takes on an issue that has dominated the discussion around professional sports over the last year— athletes who use their very visible platforms
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14 Jan 2019
Episode 4: Nona Lee And Vicky Neumeyer
Vicky joined the New Orleans sports scene in 2000, providing legal consultation first to the Saints and later to the Pelicans.
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15 Nov 2018
Episode 3: Kenneth Shropshire Of The Global Sport Institute
For this episode we're joined by Kenneth Shropshire, one of the leading thought leaders in today's sporting world.
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31 Oct 2018
Episode 2: Mike Tannenbaum Of The Miami Dolphins
This week's guest, Mike Tannenbaum, Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Miami Dolphins, epitomizes what After The Buzzer attempts to do.
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31 Oct 2018
Episode 1: Josh Whitman Of The University Of Illinois
As we are about to begin the college football season, we could think of no better person to kick off our first episode than Josh Whitman, the Director of Athletics for the University of Illinois.
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31 Oct 2018
Six Years After Penn State, Has College Athletics Really Reformed Its Crisis Response?
In 2011, the world of higher education — and the entire nation — was rocked by the shocking revelation of the criminal actions of longtime Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
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3 Jul 2017
What The League Giveth: St. Louis' Key Role In The History Of NFL relocation
If you have lived in St. Louis for 55 years or longer, you have enjoyed a front row seat to the history of NFL team relocation.
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12 Dec 2016
What I've Learned About Life, Law And Sports
The following is a Q&A conducted with Thompson Coburn partner Bob Wallace that originally appeared in Professional Sports and the Law, a Hackney Publication.
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21 Oct 2016
EA Sports Won't Be Beaten At Its Own Game – Escaping Potential Liability Through Successful § 101 Motion To Dismiss
It has been a long-standing business practice in the video game industry to update sports video game parameters to reflect real-world developments.
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4 Jul 2016
Drones And Sports: A Brief Overview
The use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drones) is not just reserved for covert military operations anymore.
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7 Sep 2015
Caitlyn On The Track: Athletics, Title IX, And The Transgender Community
In our previous post, we discussed emerging federal policy regarding the application of federal anti-discrimination laws to the transgender community.
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24 Aug 2015
Neutral Arbitrators In Sports: What Makes It Fair?
"Neutrality has been defined as a state of mind, a certain distance that the arbitrator establishes vis-a-vis his or her legal, political and religious background."
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11 Aug 2015
Department Of Justice Penalizes Ironman For Illegal Sweepstakes
I have never understood why otherwise sane people would want to enter an Ironman triathlon.
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5 Jun 2015
How Can A University Manage An All-Powerful College Coach?
From decorated pros to college benchwarmers, many young men and women who played sports often refer back to a coach who had a tremendous impact on his or her life and eventual career.
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27 Feb 2015
Congress Investigates Intercollegiate Athletics: Are You Ready?
The U.S. Senate's Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held a hearing entitled Promoting the Well-Being and Academic Success of College Athletes.
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30 Jul 2014
Now On Deck: The Law Behind Sports Trading Cards Promotions
Because sweepstakes and contests are such a popular marketing strategy, many industries develop promotions specifically tied to their products.
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1 Mar 2014
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