Timothy Epstein has published the following article in The Law Bulletin
Timothy Epstein was quoted in the Law 360 article "Ex-NCAA Player's Public Beef With Atty Imperils $75M Deal."
Timothy L. Epstein published this article on October 4, 2015 in Law 360.
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Tim Epstein,Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law practice group, was mentioned in a March 16, 2011 Yahoo! Sports article entitled, "NBA scouts keep eye on Kanter as he sits," for his work representing NCAA collegiate athlete, Enes Kanter. The article focuses on Kanter, a 6-foot-10 freshman on the Kentucky Wildcats' men's basketball team, who is unable to compete in March's NCAA tournament since becoming ineligible after the NCAA ruled that he accepted expenses over what were actual and necessary from a professional club team in his native Turkey. As Kanter's lawyer, Timothy's reasons for disputing this ruling are discussed at length.
Timothy Liam Epstein, Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law & Litigation groups, was featured in "And the Defense Wins," a section of DRI's The Voice after Timothy won five dismissals in separate bodily injury or wrongful death cases.
Tim Epstein was included in the article "Down, Set, Hut: Mississippi Sports Law Review Takes the Field," by Taylor Coombs for UM Lawyer Magazine, Winter/Spring 2012 edition. UM Lawyer is the alumni publication for the University of Mississippi School of Law.
Timothy Liam Epstein, Chair of Duggan Bertsch's Sports Law practice group, has been appointed to an honorary position with the Fetzer Institute, specifically as a member of the Fetzer Advisory Council on Sports, Physical Training and Exercise, and Embodied Spiritual Practices.
Timothy Epstein, chair of the Sports Law Practice Group, is profiled in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin's recent article, "Lawyers send golf balls and clubs to thankful troops." The article discusses the Bunkers in Baghdad organization and Tim's significant commitments to it. Bunkers in Baghdad is a charitable organization that ships golf equipment to U.S.
Vermont Law School's Sports Law Institute recently announced its Board of Advisors, which includes some of America's top sports industry leaders, and the start of a Blue Chips program designed to give students the core skills, hands-on experience and research opportunities needed to succeed in the sports world.
Tim Epstein, Chair of the firm’s Sports Law practice group, appeared on-air during two radio programs to update listeners on the latest legal developments in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.
Tim provided updates and commentary on the legal factors influencing the ongoing controversy during The Dave Logan Show in Denver, News Radio 850 KOA, on December 11. He discussed the same topic on The Beat of Sports, 740 The Game/WYGM, in Orlando, FL.