The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee and the
Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section present
Sports Law 2004
COURSE CLASSIFICATION: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
One Location: May 7, 2004
St. Pete Times Forum • 401 Channelside Drive • Tampa, FL • 813/301-6500
Course No. 5403R
This sports law program will focus on legal issues from grassroot teams to big leagues, legal issues in golf ethics in sports and
representation, sports media and sponsorship and employment in sports law. The course will also include a behind the scenes
tour of the St. Pete Times Forum.
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Late Registration Ethics in Sports and Representation
Darryl Wilson, Professor of Law, Stetson Law School,
9:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
Emma Joels, Sarasota
9:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
From Grassroots to the Big Leagues: Legal Issues
Sports Media and Sponsorship
in Teams and Leagues
Moderator: Ted Curtis, Professor of Sports
Scott Poley, General Counsel, Minor League Baseball, Administration, Lynn University, Boca Raton
St. Petersburg Alan Fertel, Counsel, SportsRadio WQAM, Miami
David Askinas, CEO, United Soccer Leagues, Tampa Jeffrey B. Gewirtz, Counsel, Sports and Entertainment
Jay Feaster, General Manager, Tampa Bay Lightning, Transactions, Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta
3:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Behind the Scenes Tour of St. Pete Times Forum
Sports Keynote: Legal Issues in Golf
Fred Ridley, President, United States Golf Association, 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tampa Breaking into the Industry: Employment in
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Panel Discussion
Lunch at St. Pete Times Forum (included in
ENTERTAINMENT, ARTS AND SPORTS CLE CREDITS
Darryl B. Cohen, Atlanta, GA — Chair (Max. Credit: 6.5 hours)
Steven E. Eisenberg, Miami — Chair-elect
Kimberly D. Kolback, Miami — CLE Chair General: 6.5 hours
Ethics: 1.0 hour
Thomas D. Hall, Chair (Max. Credit: 5.0 hours)
Michael A. Tartaglia, Director, Programs Division
Business Litigation: 5.0 hours
FACULTY & STEERING COMMITTEE Seminar credit may be applied to satisfy both CLER and Board
Ted Curtis, Boca Raton — Program Chair Certification requirements in the amounts specified above, not to
David Askins, Tampa exceed the maximum credit. Refer to Chapter 6, Rules Regulating
The Florida Bar, for more information about the CLER and
Ted Curtis, Boca Raton Certification Requirements.
Jay Feaster, Tampa
Alan Fertel, Miami Prior to your CLER reporting date (located on the mailing label of
Jeffrey Gewirtz, Atlanta, GA your Florida Bar News) you will be sent a Reporting Affidavit or a
Emma Joels, Sarasota Notice of Compliance. The Reporting Affidavit must be returned by
Scott Poley, St. Petersburg your CLER reporting date. The Notice of Compliance confirms your
completion of the requirement according to Bar records and
Fred Ridley, Tampa therefore does not need to be returned. You are encouraged to
Darryl Wilson, St. Petersburg maintain records of your CLE hours.
REFUND POLICY: Requests for refund or credit toward the purchase of the course book/tapes of this program must be in
writing and postmarked no later than two business days following the course presentation. Registration fees are non-transfer-
rable, unless transferred to a colleague registering at the same price paid. A $15 service fee applies to refund requests.
Register me for the “Sports Law 2004” Seminar
ONE LOCATION: (268) ST. PETE TIMES FORUM, TAMPA (MAY 7, 2004)
TO REGISTER OR ORDER COURSE BOOK/TAPES, BY MAIL, SEND THIS FORM TO: The Florida Bar, CLE Programs, 651 E.
Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2300 with a check in the appropriate amount payable to The Florida Bar or credit card
information filled in below. If you have questions, call 850/561-5831. ON SITE REGISTRATION, ADD $15.00. On-site registra-
tion is by check only.
Name _______________________________________________________ Florida Bar # ______________________________
City/State/Zip _____________________________________________________ Phone # ______________________________
ABF: Course No. 5403R
REGISTRATION FEE (CHECK ONE):
Member of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section: $155
Non-section member: $170
Full-time law college faculty or full-time law student: $85
Persons attending under the policy of fee waivers: $0
Includes Supreme Court, DCA, Circuit and County Judges, General Masters, Judges of Compensation Claims, Administrative Law Judges,
and full-time legal aid attorneys if directly related to their client practice. (We reserve the right to verify employment.)
METHOD OF PAYMENT (CHECK ONE):
Check enclosed made payable to The Florida Bar
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Name on Card: ________________________________________ Card No. _________________________________________
Signature: ___________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date: _____/_____ (MO./YR.)
Please check here if you have a disability that may require special attention or services. To ensure availability of
appropriate accommodations, attach a general description of your needs. We will contact you for further coordination.
Enclosed is my separate check in the amount of $25 to join the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section. Membership
expires June 30, 2005.
Private taping of this program is not permitted.
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address for delivery. Please add sales tax to the price books.
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