The sports group is led by co-chairs Keith Carroll, Anthony Mulrain and Tyrone Thomas and includes members from the firm’s other practice groups.
AUSTIN, TEXAS, USA, March 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hackney Publications announced today that its readers have identified MintLevin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC as one of the few law firms that are leaders in the field of sports law in its annual list of “100 law firms with the sports law practices you need to know. »
In addition to recognizing law firms for their achievements, the portal serves as a resource for those who need experienced and knowledgeable legal advice in the area of sports law.
The sports group is led by co-chairs Keith Carroll, Anthony Mulrain and Tyrone Thomas and includes members from the firm’s litigation, intellectual property, corporate and employment practices, among others.
Clients include: Overtime, Major League Baseball, LEAD1 Association (Division IA Athletic Directors Association), Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils, and many top and retired athletes in their off-court business ventures.
“Companies like Mintz lead the field and are responsible for creating and sustaining an efficient sports industry that delivers the best possible product to hundreds of millions of fans around the world in a cost-effective manner,” said Holt Hackney, the founder. of Hackney Publications, which has published sports law periodicals for more than two decades.
The firm is uniquely adept at representing professional and college sports, sports owners, teams, executives, universities and athletic departments, corporations, talent agencies and athletes in a variety of areas, including including league litigation, compliance and investigations, stadium and project finance. , television networks and media rights, entertainment transactions, arena management, NFT, NIL and DEI issues and intellectual property rights.
About Hackney Publications
Hackney Publications is the leading national publisher of sports law periodicals. The company was founded by journalist Holt Hackney. Hackney began his career as a sportswriter, before tackling the then fledgling pace of sports business at Financial World Magazine in the late 1980s. A few years later, Hackney began writing about the law, managing five legal bulletins for LRP Publications. In 1999 he founded Hackney Publications. Today, Hackney publishes or co-publishes 14 sports law periodicals.