Tim Epstein was appointed to the DRI Marketing Subcommittee of the Annual Meeting Steering Committee for 2013. As a member of this group, Tim will contribute to the programming and marketing for the DRI Annual Meeting.
Tim Epstein, Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law practice group, appeared on WWL AM 870's Tommy Tucker Show to discuss NBA racism controversy on September 9, 2014.
Tim can be heard around the 19:45 minute mark.
Tim Epstein, Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law & Litigation groups, will participate in the Third Annual Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium, hosted by Duke University School of Law on Friday, January 25, 2013.Panel topics include:
Timothy Epstein participated as panelist in a discussion titled "Amateurism," on November 5, 2011 at the second annual conference on sports and entertainment law held by the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
"The O'Bannon Case: A Golden Opportunity For College Sports Programs," an article published on Forbes, features Tim Epstein. The article discusses a case where former collegiate athletes claimed their likeness had been used without proper compensation.
Timothy Epstein, Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law practice group, was a panelist during a presentation at Loyola University School of Law entitled, "The Impact of Social Media on the Creative Client."
The seminar took place on March 31, 2011 at 12:00 pm at the Corboy Law Center Room 1202.
DePaul University hosted their 2014 Spring Symposium on March 7, 2014. Tim Epstein spoke on a panel at the symposium titled "The Business of College Athletics" at the symposium. He elaborated on an article he wrote, "Ruling Over NCAA Could Rock Colleges."
In "Teed off: Caddies take aim at the PGA Tour," Tim Epstein discusses how PGA Tour caddies have filed a class action suit against the tour claiming for injunctive relief and more than $50 million in unpaid compensation.
Tim Epstein will serve a second year as the moderator of "The Impact of Increased Litigation in Sports" panel in the Fourth Annual Sports Symposium presented by the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. The panel will include speakers from FOX Sports, Northwestern Law School, University of Notre Dame, University of Chicago Law School, and Siegel Sports.
Timothy Liam Epstein spoke at the University of Illinois College of Law on April 8, 2010 on various issues in sports law and how the field and practice has evolved.