For years, compensation of collegiate student-athletes was exclusively the realm of sports opinion shows, student advocates, and the occasional FBI investigation. Compensation of student-athletes, either directly or in exchange for the use of a student-athlete’s publicity rights, was verboten. But on June 21, 2021, the United States Supreme Court redefined the debate over how student athletes could be compensated, if at all.
Several Woods Fuller attorneys were recently recognized in the 28th edition of the Best Lawyers in America. The publication recognizes attorneys across multiple practice areas, as voted on by peers in the region.