Agents have become a rising force in the sports industry. Their increased role in contract negotiations has brought with it increased scandal. The authors analyze the problems with the regulations promulgated by the various player associations as well as the California Athlete Agencies Act. The authors focus on the efforts of the California Legislature to alleviate these problems by amending the Act with Senate Bill 11 this year. The authors applaud the amendment and state that, with more involvement by the player associations, the sports industry will be much improved.
Adam B. Nimoy and Jackson D. Hamilton,
Attorneys and the California Athlete Agencies Act: The Toll of the Bill,
7 UC Law SF Comm. & Ent. L.J. 551
Available at: https://repository.uclawsf.edu/hastings_comm_ent_law_journal/vol7/iss4/1