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RWL Partners Alan Rifkin and Barry Gogel Participated as Moderator and Panelist in “Implications of Supreme Court’s Alston v. NCAA Decision” University of Maryland Carey School of Law Faculty Webinar

RWL Partners Alan Rifkin and Barry Gogel Participated as Moderator and Panelist in “Implications of Supreme Court’s Alston v. NCAA Decision” University of Maryland Carey School of Law Faculty Webinar

 

In case you missed it yesterday, see the link below for a discussion of the legal and practical consequences of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in NCAA v. Alston and the NCAA’s decision to open the door to NIL (name, image and likeness) compensation.

https://umaryland.zoom.us/rec/share/RKg691An7fOkVDU0k4nUn_LQEgibL1ztRyHBV6emjRJnJ9qlIj4-0HzTlLjX3Fda.ie3RoevGjHEWNWx3

RWL Managing Partner Alan Rifkin moderated this panel and RWL Partner Barry Gogel participated in the discussion on this very important developing topic.

We thank the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law for hosting this forum, along with University of Maryland Assistant Athletic Director Colleen Sorem and sports agents, Anthony Agnone and Eddie Johnson, who provided insightful commentary during the discussion.

 

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