Sports Risk Management Newsletter
"From the Gym to the Jury" is vital to:PROTECT your athletes from needless injuries
PROTECT you and your colleagues from damaging law suits
PROTECT your school from devastating jury awards
"From the Gym to the Jury" is a Bi-Monthy On-Line Newsletter designed to protect your sport programs (and yourself) from costly injuries, liability and lawsuits. This newsletter is a nationally acclaimed source for legal trends and risk management strategies for universities and sport programs.
Latest Newsletter ArticlesHere are just a few of the articles that you are missing in the latest Issue issue of FROM THE GYM TO THE JURY
The COVID-19 virus is causing massive changes in sport across the world, but is it also an opportunity for needed change?
Attorney General: Transgender Athletes Should Not Compete Against Biological Females
US attorney general William Barr expressed an interest in a federal case from a high school in Connecticut, informing them that Title XI legislation gives women the ability of competing only against other biological women.
The Collegiate Model and The Compensation of Collegiate Athletes for Name, Image and Likeness
In a guest article, Tom Collins, Ed.D., discusses why he supports the recently passed NCAA legislation for giving athletes the ability to gain compensation for their name, image and likeness.
LA Lakers Return Their "Small Business Loan" from the Government
Somehow during the COVID-19 crisis, the LA Lakers applied for and received a small business loan from the Small Business Administration (thankfully, they returned it).
NC High School Athletic Association Issues New Rules to Make Football Safer
A number of new rules were issued but the most interesting one is the Bump or Thud drill, which they hope will keep players from getting as injured during practice. Only time will tell if the changes they made will indeed help make football safer.
Non Revenue Coaches Unite!
In this insightful perspective on how COVID-19 is shaking up sport for the Division I collegiate level, the author mentions how the non revenue D-I coaches could be an instrument of change in making the league even better.