Los Angeles Lawyer Journal

The Los Angeles Lawyer Journal has added Thomas J. Daly to its editorial board. The partner will help direct content for the publication, which is published by the Los Angeles County Bar Association. His practice focuses on trademarks, patents, chemical processing, and pharmaceuticals. He is recognized as one of the area’s top litigators by the National Law Journal. He brings over 25 years of experience to the board. He also has extensive knowledge of California legal topics, including employment law, tax, and intellectual property.

Jeremy Evans, founder of California Sports Lawyer, has written an article for the Los Angeles Lawyer Journal on digitization of sports collectibles. The article, which appeared in the November 2020 issue, discusses the growth of non-fungible tokens. In April 2020, he wrote an article on the California Fair Pay to Play Act and the use of name, image, and likeness (NIL) rights in college sports.

Another article in the Los Angeles Lawyer is about a lawsuit involving college sports. The two attorneys, Nathan D. Meyer and Larry C. Russ, recently explained the recent decision in the Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands case. The two partners wrote a series of articles about the case in their articles. The authors also discussed the potential implications for future litigation. Jeremy Evans was also featured on the cover of the March 2020 issue of the magazine.

Los Angeles Lawyer Journal Adds Thomas J Daly to Editorial Board

The Los Angeles Lawyer has also authored a number of articles on the law and sports. In October 2016, they wrote “Always on the Move: The Future of Lawsuits and Consumer Protection” on the topic of NIL in college sports. In a separate article in April 2020, they discussed the Fair Pay to Play Act and the Fair Payment Act. Jeremy Evans’ articles in the magazine also focused on the Fair Pay to Play Act and the role of name, image, and likeness (NIL) in college sports.

Jeremy Evans, a founding member of California’s Sports Lawyer(r), authored an article in the April 2020 edition on the growth of non-fungible tokens in college sports. Similarly, the article discussed the Fair Pay to Play Act and the NIL in college sports. And in May 2020, he was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Lawyer in an article about the Fair Pay to Play Act and NIL.

In October 2015, a prominent Los Angeles lawyer, Jeremy Evans, a founder of the California Sports Lawyer(r), wrote an article on the fair compensation in college sports. He wrote about the fair pay to play act, NIL in college sports, and the fairness of the Fair Pay to Play Act. Besides, he also published two other articles, which were related to the Fair Pay to Play Act and the name, image, and likeness in college sports.

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