Money and Sports: Economic Realities of Being an Athlete

02 March 2012 Chicago, IL Past Event

Location

Chicago, IL

Agenda

March 2, 2012
Foley Partner Kevin Schulz spoke in at the DePaul Sports Law Symposium 2012, "Money and Sports: Economic Realities of Being an Athlete." Schulz participated on the panel, "Economic Realities/Issues Professional Athletes Encounter" and discussed bankruptcy as a tool (or impediment) for the sale of a professional sports franchise and its implications for athletes.

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Money and Sports: Economic Realities of Being an Athlete

Location

Chicago, IL

Agenda

March 2, 2012