The John Marshall Law School Presents “Baseball & Law: Negotiating and Arbitrating America’s Pastime”

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The Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Society at The John Marshall Law School welcomes panelists Lester Munson, Teddy Warner and Bob Lisanti to discuss arbitration in salary disputes.

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The Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Society at The John Marshall Law School will host “Baseball & Law: Negotiating and Arbitrating America’s Pastime” on April 13, 2012.

A free program, from noon to 2:30 p.m., explores how major league baseball agents and organizations use arbitration to resolve player salary disputes.

Panelists include Lester Munson, senior writer and legal analyst for ESPN.com; Teddy Warner, senior director of Business Operations for the Milwaukee Brewers; and Bob Lisanti, Major League Baseball Players Association-certified agent.

The event was organized by students Bernadette Savarese, Mike Rohde and Barret Arthur, of the Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Society. Arthur will moderate the discussion.

Registrations are requested and are being accepted via email: EMSLsociety(at)gmail(dot)com. Attorneys can earn two hours of CLE for this program.

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