Will Student-Athletes be Permitted to Monetize Their Right of Publicity? An Uncertain Set of Outcomes Draws Near (4/15/2021)

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Product No: 37487
Duration: 58.37 Hours
Publish Date : 4/15/2021

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The right of publicity has always been an effective means by which any individual may prohibit the use of his or her identities for commercial purposes without consent.  Conversely, everyone also has the freedom to monetize elements of their identities, i.e., name, image and likeness (“NIL”) for commercial purposes… everyone that is, except an NCAA student-athlete.  The NCAA’s amateurism model has always been the roadblock.  However, with several bills now pending in Congress, seven states having passed laws permitting student-athletes to monetize their NIL, another twenty-seven states with pending legislation and the NCAA’s own plans to revise the approach to NIL, changes are sure to come one way or the other.

The panel discussion assesses these uncertain times by looking at the impacts those changes may have on commercial opportunities open to student-athletes, restrictions and oversight related to eligibility to play NCAA athletics and the practical challenges university athletic departments and conferences will face while striving to preserve the university’s educational mission and athletic culture.


Gregg Clifton
Jackson Lewis P.C.

Warren K. Zola
Boston College

Ryan Bamford
University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Jay W Fee III
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

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