Apr 14

Law Book Review: Champion’s Sports Law in a Nutshell, 4th (Nutshell Series) by Walter T. Champion…

Sporting activities Law Video Rating: / 5

Mar 14

Panel on the O’Bannon v. NCAA Case and the Future of College Athletics

Sports Legislation Online video Rating: 5 / 5

Feb 14

Canadiens ends Bruins 4 match winning streak

Montreal Canadiens were clambering through their worst time of the year. After that, they had to play 2 of the top teams in National Hockey League. Peter Budaj stopped thirty four shots and Montreal Canadiens ended Boston Bruins 4 match winning streak along with a 4 – 1 victory on Thursday evening. The win came only 2 days after they stopped Carolinas 4 match winning streak along with a 3 – 0 victory.

Michel Therrien, the coach of Montreal Canadiens stated that this is good for the confidence. Even when things were not going their way, they tried to stay positive. Montreal have been outscored 19 -5 in losing 4 back to back matches. Boston had won their earlier 4 matches by a combined score of 21 – 8.
But in this match, Bruins was outplayed from beginning to end. Bruins coach Claude Julien stated that they did not skate. They did not execute, and they did not make good decisions. They were not very good.

Montreal Canadiens were really outstanding. Their emotion and speed put them in front of Boston all night long. Daniel Briere of Montreal, said that this was close to a complete game for them. They required that after spending the last week dropping some big games and by big scores as well.

Max Pacioretty and Alexei Emelin scored before Hamiltons goal cut Canadiens lead to 2 – 1 after oe time. Gionta made it 3 – 1 at 11:54 of 2nd, finishing goalie Tuukka Rasks evening. He was replaced by Chad Johnson.

Feb 14

LaMondueLaw.com | Sports Law / Attorney

Sports activities Law Movie Score: / five

Jan 14

Why Study Sports Journalism at University of Michigan – Jen Duberstein

Sports Law Video clip Score: 5 / 5

Dec 13

Former NHL players sue league over concussions

Ten former NHL players, that include All Star forward Gary Leeman, stated in a class action lawsuit  that that the NHL has not done quite enough to save players from concussions. The suit asks for damages as well as NHL sponsored medical monitoring for the brain trauma or the injuries of the player that they blame on their National Hockey League careers. The suit was filed in Washington in federal court on behalf of hockey players who retired before or on 14th February, 2013 and have endured such injuries.

The lawsuit comes only 3 months after National Football League accorded to give US$ 765 million to settle suits from a large number of former players who sprang up concussion related health troubles, and a time when more care is being paid to the damages of head wounds sustained in sports.

The suit tells that the National Hockey League is purposeful and active concealment of the grave dangers of brain injuries let out players to unneeded dangers they might have debarred had the National Hockey League gave them with accurate and truthful information and called for proper action to forestall needless harm.

On Monday, the league’s Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly issued a statement that said they are aware of class action lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of a group of former NHL players. It added that while the subject matter is quite serious, they are completely satisfied with the responsible manner in which the league and the players’ association have managed player safety over time, including with respect to head injuries and concussions. They intend to defend the suit vigorously and have no further comment at this time.

Dec 13

Jay Law– Tortured Sports Fan “Bountygate”

Sports Legislation Online video Ranking: 5 / five

Nov 13

Video Interview with a Sports Lawyer: Mel Goldberg – How to be Successful, Football – LawInSport TV

Sports activities Law Video clip Score: five / five

Oct 13

Qatar World Cup is a real burden for football

On Friday, top officials of German football launched a stern attack on the scheduled Qatar World Cup that is supposed to take place in 2022. The officials called it a burden on football because of the probable changes in dates from a summer to a winter tournament.

Wolfgang Niersbach, the reelected president of German football association (DBF) told that he would speak to other unions and collaboratively ask world football governing body regarding about migrants’ working conditions in Qatar. Earlier there were allegations of migrant worker deaths on the construction sites. Continue reading →

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