Julie Roe Lach talks NIL and Title IX with Forbes Sports
Forbes Sports Reporter, Kristi Dosh, discussed potential Title IX and Name, Image and Likeness issues with Julie Roe Lach. Lach advises that the two may not be as exclusive as many are suggesting, providing examples of booster involvement and what, if any, responsibilities institutions might have if they have knowledge of a student-athlete receiving money from a permissible third party. Lach identifies three areas the law looks at in order determine equitable treatment. Read the full story here:
We’ve Changed Our Name
Formerly known as Spectrum Collegiate Sports Consulting, we are now operating under the name CCHA Collegiate Sports Consulting. We wanted to keep things simple for our clients and we are still in a strategic partnership with the law firm of Church Church Hittle and Antrim. Church Church Hittle and Antrim is one of the most established firms in Indiana comprised of some of the most knowledgeable lawyers the Midwest has to offer. Visit the CCHA Law website here. The partnership serves as a one stop shop for all of your institutions needs related to NCAA compliance and representation.
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If you’re planning to attend the NAAC Convention in DC on June 26-28th, you’ll find our new logo on the gift cards you’ll be receiving for lunch. We’re excited to roll out our new name and continue to provide the same great services we’ve been able to provide over the past few years. If you have any questions, you can contact us at email@example.com.