Nationwide COVID Regulation Tracker: Roadmap to Restart for Sports and Entertainment Venues in the U.S.

03 May 2021 Coronavirus Resource Center:Back to Business Blog
Author(s): Jonathan L. Israel

Foley & Lardner’s Sports & Entertainment Group is pleased to offer its Nationwide COVID-Regulation Tracker:  Roadmap to Restart for Sports and Entertainment Venues in the U.S. – a compendium of state and local COVID-related regulations and rules that impact the reopening and operation of professional sports stadiums and arenas across the United States, including for every jurisdiction where an MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, or MLS team is located. The Tracker will help stakeholders across the sports and entertainment industries navigate their complex legal, operational, and consumer-related decisions at this challenging time. This valuable resource provides state-, city-, and team-specific information on venue capacity limits, ticketing policies, screening procedures, and other safety and mitigation requirements, and includes direct links to state and city regulations and to the rules established by the local teams. The Roadmap to Restart will be updated regularly, so be sure to check back for the latest developments. 

The Roadmap to Restart was created in conjunction with Foley & Lardner’s leadership insight series, The Comeback: Sports in a Worldwide Pandemic, a monthly program featuring lively discussion on the business of sports in the context of the ongoing pandemic.  For more information on this program, click here.

If you have any questions, please contact your Foley relationship partner, or Jon Israel and Kevin Schulz, Co-Chairs of Foley’s Sports & Entertainment Group.

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