In the summer of 2002, the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team relieved batting coach Mike Easler of his duties. Easler did not take the news quietly. He sued the Cardinals. A week later, Easler withdrew his lawsuit. His reason was simple. qI want to laugh again, q he said. Not all developments involving sports and the law are so easily explained. From the baseball player who tries to enforce a qno-tradeq clause to the female place-kicker who is encouraged to try qbeauty pageantsq instead of college football, the legal issues are abundant and often intricate. Clubhouse Lawyer provides an interesting and informative look at the role that the law plays in sports. Using compelling anecdotes, Clubhouse Lawyer explains legal concepts in a way that will amuse and entertain fans and athletes alike. Clubhouse Lawyer is a timely-and timeless-examination of the way the law shapes events on the playing field and in the locker room.Law in the World of Sports Frederick J. Day. were fielding a minor-league team and charging fans major-league ticket prices.8 Students of precedent could have ... The season ticket holders claimed that they had been deceived, because the team had sent a letter in November 1992 ... Padres agreed to change the teama#39;s ticket refund policy and promised to donate 1, 000 tickets to charitable organizations.
|Author||:||Frederick J. Day|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004|