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Winning in a world of super leagues and constant change Sports Business Journal

The miraculous return of Tiger Woods to Augusta National dominated golf’s headlines in April. Regardless of how he performed at the Masters, it’s a tremendous feel-good news...

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Hogan Lovells advises USA Cricket as it wins historic first T20 World Cup hosting bid Sports Law Expert

Hogan Lovells, which boasts one of the leading sports practices in the legal industry, advised USA Cricket on its successful bid to co-host the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Men's...

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How a Miami stadium rebrand may give crypto a marketing lift Adweek

Partner Matt Eisler was quoted in Adweek's article "How a Miami stadium rebrand may give crypto a marketing lift."

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Sports lawyers keep the ball rolling in the age of COVID-19 Westlaw Today

After a long time out, sports of all stripes are back. For lawyers who focus on representing clients in the multibillion dollar industry, it's meant tackling a wide range of novel issues....

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Stadiums across America are empty, so what happens to those naming rights deals? Adweek - Sports Marketing

Partner Matthew Eisler was quoted in the Adweek article "Stadiums across America are empty, so what happens to those naming rights deals?"

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Professional sports opening up to private equity is a good thing, but questions remain Benzinga

It's hard to beat professional sports as an investment class.

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Hogan Lovells helps Nets owner donate ventilators to hospitals Law360

Hogan Lovells represented the Joe and Clara Tsai Foundation in meeting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's requirements to import ventilators and personal protective equipment and then...

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Private-equity firm seeks $2 billion to buy stakes in NBA teams Barron's

Partner Matt Eisler was quoted in an article about a private-equity firm looking to own stakes in NBA teams.

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Investors who want to buy sports teams look to Europe, not the U.S. MarketWatch

In an opinion piece for MarketWatch, Hogan Lovells partner Matthew Eisler writes that investors wanting to buy sports teams look to Europe, not the United States.

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