Case for Legal Timeout

Heels & Helmets understands that to truly join the conversation at the office, you must know more than scores.  When the conversation gets deep, you will need to understand what is happening in the boardrooms of sports leagues and franchises.  We also want to be a resource for you as you read through contracts for youth sports camps to high school athletics and college recruitment to preparing for the draft.

 

What is free agency?

 

What is a franchise player?

 

What are college players committing to on signing day?

 

Can my children work if they play collegiate sports?

 

In Legal Timeout, we will answer those questions and provide you with the business and legal perspective on sports topics.

 

Until the next timeout,

SM Esq

Posted on March 24, 2012 at 2:44 am

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Shanta McMullan

Shanta McMullan, Esq is an attorney at Butzel Long, PC in Detroit, Michigan, where she specializes in management-side labor and employment law. She represents employers of various industries, including banking and finance, casino, sports and entertainment, educational institutions, manufacturing, technology, and real estate to name a few. Before practicing law, Shanta worked as a Coaching Staff Assistant with the Detroit Lions for many years. While she was in law school, she worked at the NFL headquarters in New York as a legal intern. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, where she worked as a recruiting intern for Michigan Football. Shanta received her law degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. In addition to practicing law, she is a wife and mother of two toddler boys! In “Legal Timeout,” she will explain the business side of sports and provide a legal perspective on sports topics. Follow her on twitter @ShantaMac.
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