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Alan Fertel Interviewed By WIOD & WQAM Sports Talk Radio Stations

Chair of our Sports and Entertainment Law Group, Alan Fertel, was interviewed by both WIOD and WQAM sports talk radio stations regarding the Urban Meyer/Zach Smith scandal at Ohio State University. He provided commentary on the Ohio State University "independent" Investigation, conduct that causes a breach of coaching contracts, morals clauses, Title IX violations, the NCAA, the  importance of accurately getting out in front of a story, accountability  and damage control.  Alan discussed the incredible power of successful college football coaches and the appropriate way to conduct a Title IX investigation in the current "politically correct" environment.  Alan used his experience in drafting and litigating  morals clauses and coaching/athletic director contracts to  provide insight on these issues, as well as the effect of  the recent ”me too” movement and  improper conduct of various athletes in violation of their morals clauses to explain the legal consequences  and potential ramifications of violating such clauses.

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Alan Fertel Serves as Keynote Speaker for Nova Southeastern Broad Shepard College of Law Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium

Partner and Sports & Entertainment Law Chair Alan Fertel was the Keynote speaker at the Nova Southeastern Broad Shepard College of Law Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium held at Nova Southeastern University on Saturday March 25,2017.

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Alan Fertel Speaks at University of Miami International Legal Symposium

On March 30, 2017, Partner and Sports & Entertainment Law Chair Alan Fertel spoke at the University of Miami at the International Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Film, Television and Sports sponsored by the University of Miami School of Law, the Entertainment and Sports Law Society and the American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries.  

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Miami makes a bid for the 2019 Super Bowl

It’s been four years since Miami has hosted a Super Bowl, and as it looks now, Miami won’t see another Super Bowl until 2019. 

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Categories: Sports and Entertainment Law
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Alan Fertel speaks to students at area high schools.

A frequent speaker at sports and entertainment law seminars throughout Florida, Shareholder Alan Fertel recently spoke to two Miami area high schools. 

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It’s a sporting town

Florida Sports fans have much to cheer about.

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