Rose Law Group has worked for professional and amateur athletes, as well as professional teams such as the Phoenix Suns, PGA TOUR, Phoenix Rising FC, Barrett Jackson Auto Auction, and APEX Motor Club.
Rose Law Group provides legal, advisory, and compliance services to college Rose Law Group provides legal, advisory, agency and compliance services to professional, amateur and college athletes. College athletes now need to be concerned for their name, imagine, and likeness needs. College athletes need assistance on the reviewing and drafting of contracts, business documents, licensing, trust accounts, and compliance matters. A name, image, likeness attorney is the conduit working with university athletic departments, certified agents, insurance companies and financial advisors.
College athletes need help on every step of the way throughout their time as a student athlete. Working with an attorney can ensure you are on the right side of NCAA compliance and eligibility rules.
Our team also aids in the representation of high school athletes in their dealings with their coaches and the Arizona Interscholastic Association. We have provided advice and handled appeals of AIA decisions as well as interaction with school coaches.
What SB1296 means for student athletes:
Governor Doug Ducey recently signed SB1296, which is the Arizona legislation which legalized Arizona student athletes being compensated for their name, image, and likeness. The Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act governs contracts between student athletes and athlete agents. The act: 1) outlines required provisions in a student athlete’s contract; 2) requires notification to be given to the educational institution at which the student athlete is enrolled; 3) allows the student athlete to cancel the contract within 14 days of signing; and 4) prohibits certain athlete agent conduct, including providing materially false or misleading information, with the purpose of getting a student athlete to enter into a contract.
Rose Law Group works with student athletes and their families to make sure all issues and potential pitfalls are addressed.
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(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents PGA Tour.) By Renata Clo | Arizona Republic The PGA Tour and DraftKings plan to open a new sportsbook across from the TPC Scottsdale golf course to sports fans and gamblers by fall 2023. The PGA Tour operates the 36 holes of golf, including the 18-hole course that is home to the Waste Management Phoenix
TPC sportsbook a sure bet for Scottsdale; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose, Senior Planner, Jennifer Hall, and traffic engineer, Paul Basha helped make it happen!
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents PGA Tour.) By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress A sports betting book will become a reality in Scottsdale. Scottsdale City Council voted 6-1 to approve a conditional use permit to allow a sportsbook at southeast corner of Hayden and Bell Roads. TPC Scottsdale, which hosts the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the PGA Tour’s most -attended
Arizona sports fans are cashing in on legalized sports betting for the first time. The state economy broke records with the highest ever sports betting debut. But not everyone is happy. Some homeowners say that legalized sports betting combined with big sporting events — like the NCAA Final Four, NBA playoffs and the upcoming NFL Super Bowl — end up attracting sports fans