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Originally presented: September 28, 2021 | Course length: 1.0 hour
Traci Bransford, the co-chair of Stinson's Entertainment and Media Law Group and a member of the Sports and Outdoor Recreation Group, and Jeremiah Carter, the Director of Athletic Compliance at the University of Minnesota discuss the NCAA’s new rules that allow college student-athletes to get compensated for the use of their images and exploit their rights of publicity in the same manner as professional athletes.
– Traci Bransford; Stinson; Minneapolis
– Jeremiah Carter; Director of Athletic Compliance, University of Minnesota; Minneapolis
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