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NBA May Reduce Players’ Salaries Due to COVID-19 Shutdown

On March 11, 2020, the National Basketball Association (NBA) suspended its season due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Now, the League is considering reducing or withholding players’ salaries after the April 1, 2020, payday. The NBA originally hoped to resume its season at some point in June, possibly without fans in attendance. However, as COVID-19 … Continue Reading

Arizona State’s 2nd Annual Conference on Sports & Entertainment Law

The Jackson Lewis Collegiate and Professional Sports Industry Group will be a featured participant at Arizona State’s 2nd Sports and Entertainment Law Conference.  The full details of the conference are posted below.   What: Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s 2nd Annual Conference on Sports and Entertainment Law When: Saturday, November 5, 2011 (9 a.m. – 5 … Continue Reading

NBA Owners Attempt To Block Union Legal Options

In a direct effort to thwart the NBA players’ ability to decertify as a union and file an antitrust lawsuit against the League, the NBA took two legal steps against the union on August 2nd:  the filing of (1) an unfair labor practice (“ULP”) charge with the National Labor Relations Board and (2) a declaratory … Continue Reading
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