Israel Quoted on Athlete Endorsement Contracts

22 February 2016 Corporate Counsel News

Corporate Counsel

Partner Jonathan Israel was quoted in a Corporate Counsel article, “A Matter of Morality: Knocking Out Athletes and Execs,” on February 22, 2016. The article discussed how corporations can end athlete endorsements in the wake of a scandal. Israel was quoted saying, “In certain cases, you have what you would call the ‘reverse morality clause,’ which allows the executive or the performer to get out of the contract if the employer or whoever is on the other side does something that could damage their reputation.”

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