Oxford Index Browse

You are looking at 1-10 of 18 items for:

Employment and Labour Law x Law and Society x clear all

Refine by type

Refine by product

 

Athlete Representation

Ed Edmonds.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 7273 words.

The sports agent performs a critical function as an intermediary between management and athletes by handling contract negotiations, endorsements, financial planning, and other associated...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Blood Sports in an Age of Liability

Jeffrey Standen.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 10345 words.

This chapter examines how civil liability assessments and criminal convictions have affected the legality of blood sports. Blood sports can be divided into three categories: human versus...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Collective Bargaining and Workforce Protections in Sports

Nicholas M. Ohanesian.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 5718 words.

This chapter addresses collective bargaining and workforce protections available in professional sports. Broadly speaking, collective bargaining in the United States is a workplace...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Collective Bargaining in Professional Sports

Gabe Feldman.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 6946 words.

This chapter examines the complex collective bargaining process in professional sports leagues. The labor negotiations between players and owners present unique conflicts between labor and...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

The Commissioner’s Power to Discipline Players for On- and Off-Field Misconduct

Richard T. Karcher.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 9638 words.

This article examines the power of professional sports league commissioners to discipline and suspend players for misconduct both on and off the field. It first provides a historical...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Competition Law, Free Movement of Players, and Nationality Restrictions

Ryan Gauthier.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 9920 words.

This chapter examines restrictions that professional sports leagues and governing bodies place on the freedom of movement of professional players—both negotiated and imposed—and how these...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Daily Fantasy Sports and PASPA

Daniel L. Wallach.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 9246 words.

Recent state legislation regulating fantasy sports contests may present a different type of threat to the nascent fantasy sports industry—the possibility that the U.S. Attorney General (or...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Drugs in Professional Sports

Todd Clark.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 12925 words.

This chapter discusses the effects of recreational drugs, specifically marijuana, and performance-enhancing drugs in professional sports. To that end, this chapter highlights how these...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

Eligibility Rules in Professional Sports

Glenn M. Wong and Christopher R. Deubert.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 12502 words.

This chapter examines the rules governing when individuals are eligible to play in professional sports leagues and organizations. The different nature of the sports leads to important...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract

The Evolution of the Power of the Commissioner in Professional Sports

Jimmy Golen and Warren K. Zola.

in The Oxford Handbook of American Sports Law

P ublished online September 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Employment and Labour Law; Law and Society. 11734 words.

The role of the professional sports commissioner evolved from the early functionaries who were empowered to settle disputes between teams into nearly omnipotent sports czars. In the wake of...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract