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Conduct Detrimental: The Sports Law Podcast

By Daniel Wallach and Daniel Werly

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Sports lawyers Daniel Wallach and Daniel Werly discuss the latest legal controversies on and off the field. Join the two Dans for a hard-hitting look at the legal battles that are shaping professional and collegiate sports. From Deflategate to daily fantasy sports, this first-of-its-kind podcast will break down the latest court cases and feature exclusive interviews with an array of industry-leading guests.

Customer Reviews

Easy to Understand; but Still Detailed

A very good podcast if you wish to grasp the underlying laws, regulations or legal intricacies of today's breaking sports news. I have been following a couple of issues and listening to, and reading, various sports journalists and commentators. I find it interesting how much they do not comprehend surrounding the issues (but they are not shy about going ahead and elaborating beyond their level of expertise on the issues). Get on the real and listen to the experts, by subscribing to this podcast, so you understand what is happening in the sports business and law.

Love the info!

I subscribed to this pod during the Zeke case. Love the information presented! My one critique: audio needs some improvement.

Passion for Law plus Sports = awesome

These double D's bring straightforward unbiased analysis of the legal issues and cases affecting our beloved sports teams. If you thirst for understanding the complex legal issues that your favorite radio host or Sport Center can't get into due to time restraints or business relationships this is the right place. Follow them on twitter and their equally informative whitebronco website for in-depth coverage but the podcast gives you more texture and insight. They have been spot on in the Ezekiel Elliott case so far and they go deeper than "the 5th circuit said..."

Mana for the layman law nerd and sports fan that just wants to understand alike.