Tag Archives: COVID-19

Tokyo Olympics Countdown and Fun Facts

By the time you read this week's newsletter, the XXXII Olympiad Games, known as the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, will be just 99 days away.

America’s Pastime Remains Strong

Baseball continues to be a favorite sport to play or watch, and there is still an intense desire among young athletes to participate in the game.

Ski Access Technology Can Help Overcome Public Health Challenges

DENVER — Ski resorts will have to find new ways to reduce face-to-face interactions between guests and staff this season and the cancelation of J1 visas will make it difficult for ski resorts to find enough staff to handle day-to-day operations. For most ski resorts, automated ski access technology can …

Covid-19 Legal News for Sports Events and Rights Holders

By Sherri Middleton

With sporting events from amateur to professional levels being forced to postpone or cancel in the past months because of Covid-19, rights-holders, governing bodies and organizers were faced with legal questions about contracts, registration fees and performance clauses.

            I reached out to Kent Schmidt, a partner at …

Returning to Normal Following COVID-19

By Sherri Middleton

As cities and states begin to slowly re-open, many of us will begin to venture out after weeks of staying at home.

            Sports are discussing ways to host events – notably without fans in the early stages and with more stringent policies in place to protect athletes.