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Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport
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Collective Bargaining and Antitrust Law in Sport

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  • 1. Collective Bargaining
    Brian Cossette
  • 2. What is antitrust?
  • 3. Importance of antitrust
  • 4. Sport Leagues as Monopolies
  • 5. Why are they allowed?
  • 6. Brown v. Pro Football Inc.
  • 7. Importance of Collective Bargaining
  • 8. Mandatory Subjects
    Wages, Hours, and Fringe Benefits
    Health and Safety
    Non-Discrimination Clauses
    Length of Contract
    Management Rights
    No Strike Clause
    Dues Collection
    Discipline
    Seniority
    Union Security
    Grievance Procedure
    Arbitration
  • 9. No CBA?
  • 10. Review
    Anti-trust laws prevent monopolies
    Professional sports leagues exempt
    Importance of CBA’s
    Must be agreement on mandatory subjects
    No CBA = Strikes, Lockouts, Lawsuits
  • 11. Thank you.

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