Does the NCAA Exploit College Athletes? Rights of Publicity, EA Sports and the Video Game Industry
Sean M. Hanlon is a member of the litigation department of Holland & Hart in Denver, Colorado, with a focus on construction and real estate litigation. Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Sean was a litigation associate with GableGotwals in Tulsa, Okla. Previously, he clerked for the Honorable Sam A. Joyner of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. Sean is admitted to practice in both Colorado and Oklahoma. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the District of Colorado and the Northern District of Oklahoma.
Professor Ray Yasser has served as plaintiff's counsel in a number of Title IX (gender equality) sports cases, several of which were settled in 1997. He is co-author of Sports Law: Cases and Materials , a sports law casebook widely used in law schools around the country. Professor Yasser, who earned his J.D. in 1974 from Duke Law School, teaches torts, trial practice and sports law. Prior to joining the TU law faculty, he served in the North Carolina Attorney General's Office.
Yasser, Ray and Hanlon, Sean M., "Does the NCAA Exploit College Athletes? Rights of Publicity, EA Sports and the Video Game Industry" (2010). Faculty and Alumni Showcase Series. 14.