Mr. Peter Carfagna
Fall 2013 course
W 5:00pm - 7:00pm in Griswold Hall Room 110
1 classroom credit
This seminar will provide students the opportunity to negotiate and draft agreements that a lawyer advising a sports team would encounter. Students in the seminar will learn about the various components of complex deal documents and have the opportunity to then draft these documents. Students in the seminar will also explore and experiment with negotiating strategies. Overall, the goal of the seminar is to have students master skills related to negotiating, drafting, and analyzing the various “moving parts” of complicated agreements regarding stadium leasing; naming rights; sponsorship; media rights; food and beverage; provision of medical; hospital and financial services; state-operated entities; and purchase and sale of sports teams.
This course fulfills the pre-requisite for the Sports Law Clinic. Please see the clinic’s description for more information.
Subject Areas: Business Organization, Commercial Law, and Finance, Employment & Labor Law, Procedure & Practice