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In this episode, Peter speaks with Francisco “Cisco” Terreros, a FIFA registered intermediary/agent and the Chief Marketing Officer and head of the global soccer division for SBX Group, a full-service sports, entertainment and lifestyle marketing agency. Cisco is also the founder of Hanging Cleats, a non-profit organization with a goal to provide a better path for underprivileged children through soccer. Peter and Cisco discuss Cisco’s varied experiences in soccer, sports marketing, and player representation. You can follow Cisco on twitter here.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Allison Galer, the founder of the agency Disrupt the Game, a sports and entertainment agency that seeks to  actualize competitive advantages through a combination of innovation and invention. She was also recently profiled by ESPNW. Peter and Allison discuss Allison’s experiences in starting her own agency and what kinds of issues she deal with having clients in various countries throughout the world. They even briefly discuss international tax law!

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Richard Kanter, the founder and principal of Kanter Legal, a law firm focused on the special interests of coaches, athletes, entrepreneurs, and small business owners. You can follow him on twitter here. Peter and Richard discuss Richard’s experiences in starting his own law firm and what kinds of issues arise in the context of representation of baseball coaches. Richard also provides some good advice for law students and young lawyers interested in pursuing a career in sports law.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Tammi Gaw, an attorney, athletic trainer and advocate and the founder and executive director of Advantage Rule, LLC. Peter speaks with Tammi about her unique career path and then they discuss the approach of the Historical Basketball League (HBL) to healthcare of its college athletes. They discuss how the HBL views athletes as employees (in contrast to the NCAA’s approach) and thus will provide worker’s compensation to athletes to cover ongoing physical issues as a result of playing in the league. You can follow Tammi on twitter here.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Sarah Hartley, a partner in the Denver office of international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School. Peter and Sarah discuss her experience in helping formulate the rules and procedures for the US Center for SafeSport and they discuss how SafeSport operates as a tool to help protect athletes from abuse. You can follow Sarah on twitter here.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Justin Sievert, a founding partner at the law firm of Sievert Werly and chair of the firm’s College Sports Law Practice. You can follow him on twitter here. Peter and Justin discuss Justin’s experience in starting his own law firm and what kinds of issues arise in a college sports law practice. Justin also provides some good advice for law students and young sports lawyers interested in pursuing a career in college sports law.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Ryan Fairchild, an attorney at the firm of Brooks Pierce with a practice in the esports industry. You can follow him on twitter here. Peter and Ryan discuss the esports industry generally and what kind of legal issues arise related to this new and growing industry.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Mark Burns, the Founder and Editor-in Chief of the Sports Business Chronicle, a new subscription-based digital media company covering #sportsbiz centered around a community-based model. You can follow him on twitter here and the Sports Business Chronicle here.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Dave Berri, a Professor of Economics at Southern Utah University at Southern Utah University. He’s also the lead author of two revolutionary sports analytics books – The Wages of Wins and Stumbling on Wins. They discuss the history and future of the WNBA and how it compares with other professional sports leagues. You can follow him on twitter here.

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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In this episode, Peter speaks with Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard, assistant general counsel for a professional sports franchise and host of the Leveling the Playing Field podcast. They discuss Bobbi-Sue’s career trajectory as well as her new podcast, which features women in sports. You can find the iTunes link for her podcast here and you can reach her on twitter here. You definitely don’t want to miss out on her wisdom on twitter, both personally and professionally!

You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter.

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