Planning for the COVID-19 ETS: Vaccine mandates, regular testing, and more

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Planning for the COVID-19 ETS: Vaccine mandates, regular testing, and more

Monday, September 20, 2021

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President Biden’s Six Prong COVID-19 Action Plan: What employers need to know about the Path out of the Pandemic

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President Biden’s Six Prong COVID-19 Action Plan: What employers need to know about the Path out of the Pandemic

Friday, September 10, 2021

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The Wild West of name, image, and likeness: NIL roll-out update

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Part 3 in the series "The Wild West of name, image, and likeness: Be prepared when the dust settles" looks at the organized chaos that has followed the change in century-old NCAA guidelines that now allow student athletes to profit from their name, image, and likeness. Further complicating the situation is that various states have passed their own unique laws outlawing schools from prohibiting athletes from financially benefiting from NIL, outside of school activities.

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Navigating the NIL landscape may have student-athletes in compliance overload

Friday, July 16, 2021

Part 2 in the series "The Wild West of name, image, and likeness: Be prepared when the dust settles" looks at the obligation of compliance with institution-specific policy, NCAA policy and NIL state laws in a new era which allows college athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness. 

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The Wild West of name, image, and likeness: Be prepared when the dust settles – A series

Friday, July 2, 2021

Although fiercely competitive and incredibly popular (and lucrative) today, collegiate athletics comes from humble beginnings. Formalized participation in the first college athletic teams began with crew in the 1840s, baseball in the 1850s, football in the 1860s and track and field in the 1870s For nearly two-centuries, athletes who competed in collegiate sport were amateurs. On July 1, 2021, that all changed.

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