Professor of Law
J.D., Columbia University, 1975
B.A., magna cum laude, University of Notre Dame, 1972
Areas of Expertise
Articles and Essays
Myth, Manipulation, and Minor League Baseball: How a Capitalist Democracy Engenders Income Inequality, 89 U. Cin. L. Rev. 84 (2020)
Protecting Common Law Rights of the Unionized Worker: Demystifying Section 301 Preemption,46 University of Baltimore Law Review 107 (2016)
The Jocks and the Justice: How Sotomayor Restrained College Athletes, 26 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 493 (2016)
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Fan Scorned: State Regulation of Sports Agents, 30 Toledo L.Rev. 511 (1999).
Rejecting the Fruits of Action: The Regeneration of the Waste Land’s Legal System, 71 Notre Dame L. Rev. 127 (1995).
Social Justice and the Myth of Fairness: A Communal Defense of Affirmative Action, 74 Nebraska L. Rev. 569 (1995).
Below Market Loans: From Abuse to Misuses – A Sports Illustration (with Douglas K. Chapman), 37 Case Western Reserve L. Rev. 484 (1987).
Professional Sports and Antitrust Law: The Groundrules of Immunity, Exemption and Liability, Chapter in Frey and Johnson (eds.), Government and Sport: Public Policy Issues (October 1985).
Involuntary Servitude: The Current Enforcement of Employee Covenants Not to Compete – A Proposal for Reform (with Henry M. Schaffer), 57 S. Cal. L. Rev. 531 (1984).
Not at the Behest of Nonlabor Groups: A Revised Prognosis for a Maturing Sports Industry, 24 B.C.L. Rev. 341 (March 1983).