2021 Spring Symposium
Game Over? Alston and the Future of Fair Pay to Play Statutes
NCAA v. Alston, which was heard by the Supreme Court in March, will decide whether the National Collegiate Athletic Association eligibility rules regarding compensation of student-athletes violate federal antitrust law. Led by Rutgers Law School associate dean Camille Andrews, the panel includes experts in the field of antitrust, sports, and intellectual property law, this discussion will consist of a breakdown of the Alston case and the effects the Court’s decision could have on the current state-level Fair Pay to Play legislation. The panel will also discuss the varied approaches individual states have taken to compensate student athletes and analyze the advantages and disadvantages associated with allowing student athletes to benefit from their name, image, and likeness. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of the origins of NCAA antitrust litigation and the rights granted to student athletes under these new laws.
Sponsored by Rutgers Business Law Review and Rutgers Center for Corporate Law
Date: Monday, April 5, 2021, from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
REGISTER HERE. Zoom webinar link and materials to be emailed to participants
CLE: NJ: 2.4 | NY: 2.0 | PA: 2.0
Cost: $50, Free for guests who do not want CLE credit with promo code NOCLE758
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2.4 hours of total CLE credit.
Camille Andrews - Professor of Professional Practice of Law, Rutgers Law School
Michael Carrier - Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School
Jeff Poulard - Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance, Rutgers University
Arthur B. Weiss, Esq. - Attorney and Licensed NFL Agent
Juwann Winfree - Wide Receiver, Green Bay Packers
To sponsor this event, contact the Rutgers Business Law Review.
For questions, contact the symposium chairs.
2020 Fall Symposium
NEW JERSEY'S PROPOSED RULE ON FIDUCIARY STANDARDS FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS:
UNDERSTANDING THE PROPOSAL AND ITS IMPACT
This program will discuss the nuances of New Jersey’s Proposed Rule regarding the fiduciary duties of financial professionals within the state. Led by Rutgers Law School professor Arthur Laby, the panel includes experts in the field of securities law and fiduciary duties. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of the origins of New Jersey’s Proposed Rule, the scope of the new fiduciary duty, and to whom the duty is owed. The speakers will also draw comparisons to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation Best Interest, enacted in June 2019, as well as similar proposed rules in Nevada and Massachusetts. The panel discussion will conclude with an analysis of the potential outcomes of the New Jersey Proposed Rule, as well as best practice tips for legal professionals regarding how their clients may be impacted by the Proposed Rule. This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2.0 hours of total CLE credit.
Sponsored by Rutgers Business Law Review, Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance, and Rutgers Institute for Professional Education
Date: Monday, October 19 from 4:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Hasan M. Ibrahim - Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, Prudential Advisors
Arthur Laby - Professor of Law, Rutgers Law School, Co-Director | Rutgers Center for Corporate Law
Amy B. Bard - Law Offices of Amy B. Bard
Christopher W. Gerold - Chief, New Jersey Bureau of Securities
Jenice L. Malecki - Malecki Law