Michael McCann is a legal analyst and writer for Sports Illustrated and the founding director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Institute (SELI) at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where he is also a tenured professor of law.
Depending on whether Michael Jordan played any role in Zion Williamson signing with Jordan Brand, the 56-year-old billionaire and Charlotte Hornets owner could become a relevant party in an ongoing court case against the No. 1 pick.
Hope Solo, in pointed court filings, made it clear she wanted to be part of the U.S. women's national team players' mediation session with U.S. Soccer as they negotiate in the equal pay fight. Both parties, however, object to her involvement for a series of reasons.
After nearly nine years since the body of Lorenzen Wright was found, his ex-wife, Sherra Wright, pleaded guilty to charges connected to the murder. What have we learned about the case since it was opened and what questions still linger around it?
While tampering has become an issue in the NBA, a related issue has emerged: unauthorized compensation. Adam Silver and his leadership team are taking stock of both issues and exploring ways to address the problems.
Hope Solo wants in on the mediation session between U.S. Soccer and the USWNT in the fight for equal pay. Here's why she feels it's necessary to join in and how that could change the dynamic between all parties involved.
The Clark County District Attorney's office announced it will not be pursuing criminal charges against Cristiano Ronaldo in connection with an alleged rape in 2009, but the legal battle isn't over just yet for the Juventus and Portugal star.
RB Tyreek Hill has avoided NFL suspension despite accusations of child abuse and making a threatening remark to his fiancée. What convinced Roger Goodell to clear Hill of any wrongdoing? And why might this case not be entirely closed?