12 episodes

Classy Sports Law History is a monthly podcast hosted by Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde). Each episode features different special guest(s) who select a drink of choice for us to indulge in as we chat about important events in sports law history that have particular relevance today. Even though it is for entertainment purposes, you may find yourself learning a little something. Live & learn a little. Enjoy!

Classy Sports Law History Jaime Miettinen

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Classy Sports Law History is a monthly podcast hosted by Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde). Each episode features different special guest(s) who select a drink of choice for us to indulge in as we chat about important events in sports law history that have particular relevance today. Even though it is for entertainment purposes, you may find yourself learning a little something. Live & learn a little. Enjoy!

    Ep 12: IT'S ESPORTS BETTING TIIIIIME + Bud Light

    Ep 12: IT'S ESPORTS BETTING TIIIIIME + Bud Light

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats w/s/g Micah Woo about the courtroom battle & eventual downfall of the Professional & Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) so that the door is open for legalized sports betting. States are taking action, & after taking a more general look, we look specifically at New Jersey's sports betting law & what it means for betting on esports.

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    • 48 min
    Ep 11: NCAA Tournament Broadcasting Rights + Jameson

    Ep 11: NCAA Tournament Broadcasting Rights + Jameson

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats w/s/g Rex Sheild & Micah Woo about the broadcasting rights to the NCAA D-I Men's Basketball Tournament. Different networks held licenses over the years that govern how, when & what we watch, & the contracts themselves as well as how we as fans & consumers of March Madness take in the product will likely look different in the near future.

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    • 49 min
    Ep 10: Student-Athlete Compensation + Mystery Drink

    Ep 10: Student-Athlete Compensation + Mystery Drink

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats w/s/g Marc Edelman about a few of the lawsuits student-athletes have brought against the NCAA regarding compensation. From White to O'Bannon to the ongoing Jenkins case, the issue of whether student-athletes should be paid beyond "grant-in-aid" has been around since the 1980s & continues to gain momentum. Many legal questions spring from the details, too. Could Jenkins take it to the next level that O'Bannon could not?

    Don't forget to share this post, use #MarcsMysteryDrink, & include your guess to be entered in the contest! Winner & prize will be announced in the next episode.

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    Check out special guest Marc Edelman!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarcEdelman

    • 37 min
    Ep 9: Rooney Rule + BOMBCYCLONE

    Ep 9: Rooney Rule + BOMBCYCLONE

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats solo about the NFL's Rooney Rule, the policy designed to create more opportunity for minorities to become head coaches & head of football operations. The story behind why this policy came about when it did is interesting & involves someone who is involved with the current discussion today regarding the Oakland Raiders.

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    • 15 min
    Ep 8: Student-Athlete NIL Release + Casual Pale Ales

    Ep 8: Student-Athlete NIL Release + Casual Pale Ales

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats w/s/g Rex Sheild about how the NCAA & its member institutions get control over their student-athletes' intellectual property rights through a "name, image, & likeness" release & similar documents. Specifically, we look at how the means changed before & after a series of lawsuits about college sports video games, namely the O'Bannon case.

    NCAA D-I Bylaws 2017-2018: http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/D118.pdf

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    Check out special guest Rex Sheild, too!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sheild92

    • 49 min
    Ep 7: The Student-Athlete "Employee" Q + Drinking Beer with Dad

    Ep 7: The Student-Athlete "Employee" Q + Drinking Beer with Dad

    Classy Sports Law History host Jaime Miettinen (aka Sports Law Blonde) chats w/s/g attorney Rick Miettinen (aka MY DAD!) about whether student-athletes should be viewed as "employees" of the universities they attend under the law while drinking beer on his patio. Specifically, we look at two cases that the Supreme Court of Colorado ruled on in the 1950s that inspired one of the NCAA's favorite phrases - "student-athlete" - & compare them to present day.

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    Check out special guest Rick Miettinen!
    Website: http://howardandhoward.com/en/attorneys/richard-m-miettinen.aspx

    • 37 min

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