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  1. 1. Slide Cast #2<br />Caitlyn Hanlon<br />
  2. 2. Bruce Wilson<br />Bruce is a Corporate Lawyer and has worked in the sports, media, health and branded consumer goods industries<br />He’s a principal transaction advisor to all most important professional sport team’s<br />Has represented Barclay’s Bank, NASCAR and the NFL regarding media, sponsorships and facility naming rights<br />He was named “Best Lawyer in America” from 2009 to 2011<br />He is also part of the “Chambers USA” from 2006 to 2011<br />
  3. 3. Joe Leccese<br />Chairman of Proskauer<br />Co-head of Sports Law Group<br />“He has a broad-based corporate practice with particular emphasis on the representation of professional sports leagues, teams and owners; college conferences; and financial institutions that provide capital to the broad array of transactions that occur in the sports industry.”<br />He has negotiated and represented for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, New Jersey Devils and Orlando Magic <br />
  4. 4. Jeffrey Kessler<br />Chairman of Dewey & LeBoeuf’sGlobal Litigation Department<br />Co-chairman of the Sports Litigation Practice Group and a affiliate of its executive and leadership committees <br />He is known as one of the most important and well-known lawyers in the country because of his widespread knowledge about antitrust laws, sports law and academic property<br />One of his biggest and prominent antitrust cases was McNeil vs.. the NFL, in which free agency was developed<br />He graduated from Columbia University and the Columbia University Law School in 1977<br />
  5. 5. Mary K. Braza<br />She is a member of the Foley & Lardner LLP committee and a chair of the Sports Industry Team<br />She’s an outside counsel for the Major League Baseball and works on matters such as “employment, taxation, technology and consulting agreements, licensing, trademark and antitrust litigation”<br />Corresponded with the successful MLB Advanced Media, L.P. and negotiated their business partnership with<br />She graduated and received her J.D. degree from Cornell University in 1981<br />She was recognized for being a top editor for the Cornell International Law Journal<br />
  6. 6. Howard Ganz<br />He is a lawyer with Joe Leccese at Proskauer and is the co-head of the Sport Law Group<br />The biggest organization’s Howard has negotiated for comprise of the “National Broadcasting Company, Reader's Digest, Marubeni America Corporation, The Ford Foundation, AIG, Prudential, United Parcel Service, Major League Baseball, and the National Basketball Association”<br />He has also worked as a “principal outside labor counsel” for the NBA for 25 consecutive years and have assisted the WMBA as well<br />
  7. 7. Marquette University’s National Sports Law Institute<br />It’s a one of a kind institute<br />Mission Statement: “to be the leading national educational and research institute for the study of legal, ethical and business issues affecting amateur and professional sports from an academic and practical perspective”<br />The director of the institute is Professor Mitten<br />The sport law courses available are very extensive and rigorous and the school focuses highly on student internships<br />The classes concentrate on learning about “antitrust, labor, intellectual property, federal disability discrimination laws, and on developing contract negotiation, business planning, and transactional skills”<br />
  8. 8. History<br />In 1908, there were two law schools in the area<br />Milwaukee Law School which was more-established<br />Milwaukee University Law School which was fairly new with financial problems<br />Marquette took on exclusive ownership of both schools in that year during September deciding to name the new addition Marquette University College of Law.<br />Once is started to become established, in 1923 the college's name transformed to the now Marquette University Law School.<br />Finally in 1989, the National Sports Law Institute united with Marquette’s Sports Law program and made it was it is today<br />
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