By Martin J. Greenberg and Jaime Garcia Montes I. Introduction The prospect of beginning a professional career in athletics often incites elation equally for the collegiate athletes themselves as well
Dedication At some point in our lives we are all plagued with health issues. I have been dealing with heart issues over the last ten years. My heart issues have
This is the second part of a two-part series on construction cost overruns. Please see part one: Martin J. Greenberg and Daniel S. MacMillan, Cost Overruns and Sports Venue Construction,
June 26, 2018 – Ethical Issues in Sports & Entertainment Brought to you by the National Sports Law Institute and Summerfest. Click the image below to view the slides from
Olympic Long Track Speedskating Trials by Martin J. Greenberg On January 2, 2017, I posted information about the wonderful successes of the Pettit National Ice Center since the purchase of
Unbeknownst to many outside the Olympic community, Wisconsin has a tremendous history and tradition of speed skating. In fact, in 1928, Oconomowoc, just outside of Milwaukee, held the first United
The statistics are overwhelming. Somewhere between 1.6 and 3.8 million sports-related concussions occur in the United States every year, an estimate that led the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to conclude that concussions have reached an “epidemic” level.