Even College Athletes’ Need to Eat Could Trigger NCAA Career Ending Penalties

As the  Johnny Manziel “autograph scandal” once again throws into the national spotlight the NCAA’s insistence that college athletes not profit from their individual popularity.   I can’t help but think of all the players whose collegiate athletic careers and reputations have been slammed because of the NCAA’s prosecution (i.e., “persecution”).  Obviously, the media fixates on high profile players and cases …

From Talk to Action: LCLD Making Legal Diversity Top Priority for Nation’s Top Corporate Law Practioners

According to the American Bar Association, the legal field is the least diverse profession in the United States.  That sad reality — and the fact that diversity improves the product for a client, enriches the work environment, and enhances the overall image and morale of our country — should prompt all segments of the legal profession to implement a program to reverse …