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The Business of Sports Agents
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Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction

PART I. BACKGROUND
Chapter 1. Historical and Legal Foundations
Chapter 2. The Business
Chapter 3. Consolidation: An Evolving Industry

PART II. PROBLEMS
Chapter 4. The Basics: Competition for Clients
Chapter 5. Unscrupulous and Criminal: The Problem Agents
Chapter 6. Conflicts of Interest
Chapter 7. Ethics: Attorney Versus Nonattorney Agents
Chapter 8. Agent Wars
Chapter 9. The Last Amateurs on Earth: Amateurism and Opportunity

PART III. SOLUTIONS
Chapter 10. Knights of Columbus Rules? Private Sports Agent Regulation
Chapter 11. The Laws
Chapter 12. A Uniform Approach: The Uniform Athlete Agents Act

PART IV. THE INTERNATIONAL REALM
Chapter 13. Agents in a Globalizing Sports World

Conclusion. The Absence of a Panacea

Notes
Index

About the Author

Kenneth L. Shropshire is the David W. Hauck Professor at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Timothy Davis is the John W. and Ruth H. Turnage Professor of Law at Wake Forest University School of Law. N. Jeremi Duru is Professor of Law at Washington College of Law, American University.

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"An insider's guide to the current state of the sports agent business for those now in the industry, those interested in becoming a professional agent, and public officials who may be called on to draft or enforce regulations."-Choice, in a review of a previous edition

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