Sports Law

Sports Law

Horack Talley’s Sports Law Practice services the needs of the universities, athletic coaches, sports executives, and professional sports teams throughout the United States in multiple facets of law. Whether it is guiding our clients through a crisis, instituting better business practices, or developing careers, Horack Talley has a wealth of experience and resources to assist our clients. Some of our core services include:

Colleges & Universities

  • NCAA & NAIA Compliance
  • Title IX, Civil Rights, Clery Act, EEOC, and Diversity Compliance
  • Sexual Harassment Training Programs- Online & In-Person Options
  • Investigations & Enforcement
  • Construction
  • Employment Disputes
  • Head Coach Searches
  • Litigation
  • Real Estate Transactions

Athletic Coaches, Administrators, & Executives

  • Career Development & Management
  • Job Placement
  • Interview Preparation
  • Contract Negotiations & Disputes
  • Criminal Defense
  • Trust & Estate Planning
  • Family Law
  • Wealth Management

Professional Sports

  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Employment Disputes
  • White Collar Crime Criminal Defense
  • Investigations
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Construction Law

For more information about these services, please contact one of Horack Talley’s Sports Law practice members.

Contact Us
Andrew F. Rhoden Sports Management Consultant ARhoden@HorackTalley.com
(704) 716-0961

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