SportsLaw10 is a 10-minute audio podcast update from Duane Morris addressing the business of sports and how the legal field of play impacts the industry. Duane Morris attorney and noted authority on sports business Ken Shropshire and his guests share insights on developments where sports intersects with the law.
Episode 8: A Primer on HGH Testing, with guest Solomon David
Episode 7: Sports Medicine Practices Need to Tread Carefully When Providing Athletic Trainers to Teams, Schools, with guest Patricia Hofstra
Episode 6: Olympic Boycott? Legal, Social and Economic Impact, with guest Professor Scott Rosner, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Episode 5: What if your favorite pro team gets relegated to the minors? – Promotion and Relegation in Global Soccer, with guest Jonathan Armstrong
Episode 4: "You are the Father!" - What steps can athletes and celebrities take when paternity is at issue?, with guest Michelle Gervais
Episode 3: Athletes and Romance: Prenuptial Agreements, with guest Michelle Gervais
Episode 1: Diversity and Inclusion in Sports, with guest Nolan Atkinson
Kenneth L. Shropshire practices in the area of corporate law with a concentration in sports and business law. Mr. Shropshire is the David W. Hauck Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, teaching legal and business aspects of sports; business law and ethics; negotiation and dispute resolution; and diversity and the law. He is the director and founder of the Wharton Sports Business Initiative, a think tank that generates and disseminates knowledge about the sports industry through educational programs, strategic corporate partnerships, high-level student consulting assignments, global forums and research. Mr. Shropshire also is a consultant to the National Football League, assisting the league in expanding its player development and social impact program, and has served as an arbitrator for the NFL Players Association and USA Track and Field. He was an executive in the organizing committee for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.