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Since 1997, Law for Recreation and Sport Managers has been the leading recreation and sports law book for undergraduate and graduate sport management and recreation programs.
- Up-to-date on current court cases
- Each chapter is written by leading recreation and sport law professors and experts in the field.
- Each chapter follows an easy-to-read format.
- Each chapter examines a significant case and reviews how the courts apply the fundamental legal concepts.
Designed for both undergraduate and graduate students, the book is divided into seven approachable sections plus additional materials that educates readers on the complex issues of recreation and sport law.
- Supplemental cases online – In addition to the significant cases in each chapter, students can now access additional select cases online to further illustrate important concepts.
- Chapter sidebars - Each chapter now includes a sidebar, an interesting point of law or a new ruling that presents a new idea.
- End of chapter reviews - Students are encouraged to engage with the material by answering the end of chapter question prompts.
1.00 INTRODUCTION TO SPORT LAW
1.10 The Legal System Kristi L. Schoepfer Bochicchio
1.20 Business Structure and Legal Authority John T. Wolohan
1.30 Alternative Dispute Resolution Rebecca J. Mowrey
2.00 NEGLIGENCE LAW
2.10 Negligence Theory
2.11 Negligence Doyice J. Cotten
2.12 Which Parties are Liable? Doyice J. Cotten
2.13 Liability of Sport Participants, Instructors, and Officials Doyice J. Cotten
2.21 Defenses Against Negligence Doyice J. Cotten
2.22 Immunity Doyice J. Cotten
2.23 Waivers and Releases Doyice J. Cotten
2.30 Recreation and Sport Management Applications
2.31 Premises Liability John Grady
2.32 Property Law Sarah J. Young
2.33 Emergency Care Kristi L. Schoepfer Bochicchio
2.34 Transportation Andrew T. Pittman
2.35 Products Liability Rebecca J. Mowrey
2.36 Hospitality and Tourism Law Sarah J. Young
3.00 INTENTIONAL TORTS AND CRIMINAL ACTS
3.10 Theory and Applications for Recreation and Sport Management
3.11 Intentional Torts Kerri Cebula
3.12 Criminal Law and Sport Kristi L. Schoepfer Bochicchio & Mark Dodds
4.00 RISK MANAGEMENT
4.10 Risk Management Theory
4.11 Risk Management Process Robin Ammon, Jr.
4.20 Recreation and Sport Management Applications
4.21 Developing the Risk Management Plan Todd L. Seidler
4.22 Crisis Management Daniel P. Connaughton & Thomas A. Baker, III
4.23 Workers’ Compensation John T. Wolohan
5.00 CONTRACT LAW
5.10 Contract Essentials Bridget Niland
5.20 Recreation and Sport Management Application
5.21 Employment Contracts Rodney L. Caughron
5.22 Game, Event, and Sponsorship Contracts Bridget Niland
6.00 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
6.11 State Action John T. Wolohan
6.12 Due Process John T. Wolohan
6.13 Equal Protection Sarah K. Fields
6.14 First Amendment John T. Wolohan
6.20 Recreation and Sport Management Applications
6.21 Private Clubs & Voluntary Associations in Sport and Recreation Anne L. DeMartini & Mark Dodds
6.22 Eligibility and Conduct Issues Colleen Colles
6.23 Drug Testing John T. Wolohan & Fei Gao
7.00 SPORT AND LEGISLATION
7.10 Federal Statutes and Discrimination
7.11 Title IX Barbara Osborne
7.12 Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Stephanie A. Tryce & Lisa Pike Masteralexis
7.13 Sexual Harassment Barbara Osborne & Erica J. Zonder
7.14 Age Discrimination in Employment Anne L. DeMartini
7.15 Disability Discrimination John T. Wolohan
7.16 Sports Gambling John T. Wolohan & Fei Gao
7.20 Intellectual Property Law
7.21 Copyright and Patent Law Merry Moiseichik
7.22 Principles of Trademark Merry Moiseichik
7.23 Image Rights John T. Wolohan
7.30 Antitrust and Labor Law
7.31 Antitrust Law: Professional Sport Applications Lisa Pike Masteralexis
7.32 Antitrust Law: Amateur Sport Applications John T. Wolohan
7.33 Labor Law: Professional Sport Applications Lisa Pike Masteralexis & James T. Masteralexis
7.40 Sport Agent Legislation John T. Wolohan
Doyice J. Cotten is an emeritus professor of sport management at Georgia Southern University where he taught graduate and undergraduate courses in sport law and risk management. He manages his own writing and risk management consulting business, Sport Risk Consulting.
Dr. Cotten’s major area of interest is liability waivers. He speaks on waivers at conferences such as the Athletic Business Conference, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the National Equine Law Conference. He also writes waivers for all types of sport and recre- ation businesses.
Dr. Cotten has published more than 150 articles on legal liability and risk management. He has collected and analyzed over 1,400 sport- and recreation-related waiver cases and has co-authored two books on the subject, including Waivers & Releases of Liability (9th ed., 2016).
Readers are invited to visit Dr. Cotten’s website, www.sportwaiver.com. The site features current information regarding both risk management and liability waivers and contains more than 250 articles by Dr. Cotten and many other authorities in the fields of liability waivers and risk management.
John T. Wolohan is a sports lawyer, academic, consultant, and author. He joined the Syracuse University Sport Management program in 2011 and the Syracuse University College of Law in 2014. In addition to publishing numerous articles and being one of the lead editors of the book “Law for Recreation and Sport Managers” by Cotten and Wolohan, Professor Wolohan has been teaching and working in the fields of sport management, sports law, and sports media for over 30 years. Professor Wolohan has taught as a visiting professor and served as scholar-in-residence at the China University of Political Science and Law (China), University of Lleida (Spain), Sheffield Hallam University (England), University of Pretoria (South Africa) and as a research fellow for Beijing Sport University (China).
In addition, Professor Wolohan is a highly sought-after expert for the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, The Athletic, Forbes, NPR, CCTV, and many other news organizations. Professor Wolohan, who is a frequent speaker, panelist, and moderator at professional organizations, law schools, and sport business conferences, received his J.D. from Western New England University, School of Law, M.A. from Syracuse University, and B.A. from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst.