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How has intercollegiate athletic risk management policy changed since 9/11?

Many of these changes have been implemented with no new additional resources. How is this related to Responsible Stewardship (below); how do we build a culture of safety and security to motivate employees and volunteers (the human resource) in order to provide patrons a safe and secure atmosphere with limited resources?

Responsible Stewardship: Our Creator blesses us with an abundance of resources. We foster a spirit of service to employ our resources to university and community development. We must be resourceful. We must optimize and apply all of the resources of our community to fulfill our mission and goals.

Be sure to: 1) identify the legal source of the issue, 2) properly cite any sources.

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How has intercollegiate athletic risk management policy changed since 9/11?

The intercollegiate athletic risk management policy has changed since 9/11 making it obligatory for the organizers to take several steps. The organizers must write down a plan for medical emergency and must implement it. They must also throw a security ring around the event. There must be management level controls. For example, vendors must show their certificates of registration and insurance. Further, there must be training provided to personnel and volunteers on how to rescue if there is an emergency. Inspectors must walk the site ...

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The purpose of this document is to further investigate the internal infrastructure within NCAA's use of the "No Agent 12.3.2.1" rule and the "Restitution" rule. Andy Oliver was suspended from the baseball league as a result of having his attorney/agent present during contract negotiations which is prohibited from the baseball league, Oliver claims that both rules have not been enforced by the league and other baseball players, and are otherwise null and void, the courts ruled in agreement with Oliver's claim. The objective of this document is to conduct a comprehensive analysis of both arguments in order to test the theory of "Breach of Contract" and to test the validity of both rules ("No Agent" and "Restitution")in order to determine if they are relevant in accordance with the college baseball league in today's culture and the prevalence of agents in the industry or are the rules invalid and should be shun from the NCAA as a rule to utilize.

Research questions/Hypotheses-

? Should the "No Agent" and "Restitution" rule be considered invalid and/or unenforceable?

? Is the "No Agent" and "Restitution" rule null and void?

? Should the "No Agent" rule be enforced? If so, should violators be punished?

Background literature to support research

Main theme/purpose-

The purpose of this document is to further investigate the internal infrastructure within NCAA's use of the "No Agent 12.3.2.1" rule and the "Restitution" rule. Andy Oliver was suspended from the baseball league as a result of having his attorney/agent present during contract negotiations which is prohibited from the baseball league, Oliver claims that both rules have not been enforced by the league and other baseball players, and are otherwise null and void, the courts ruled in agreement with Oliver's claim. The objective of this document is to conduct a comprehensive analysis of both arguments in order to test the theory of "Breach of Contract" and to test the validity of both rules ("No Agent" and "Restitution")in order to determine if they are relevant in accordance with the college baseball league in today's culture and the prevalence of agents in the industry or are the rules invalid and should be shun from the NCAA as a rule to utilize.

Research questions/Hypotheses-

? Should the "No Agent" and "Restitution" rule be considered invalid and/or unenforceable?

? Is the "No Agent" and "Restitution" rule null and void?

? Should the "No Agent" rule be enforced? If so, should violators be punished?

Background literature to support research

In this article, the supporting research was regarding the sports league which provides information as to why they feel it is necessary for professionals and collegiate sports entities to disregard the "No Agent" rule for the reason that during the drafting period individuals will need legal representation in order to compare and contrast various offers and to make the right decisions based on that candidates specifics of what's best for them.
In the article, the author compared the following leagues and illustrated why the "No Agent" rule is invalid:

? MLB

? NFL

? NBA

In the article were quotes from noted professionals in opposition to the "No Agent" rule.

? Major League Executives

? American League Scouting Director

? Vanderbilt coach Tim Corbin president of the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Law cases pertaining to the "No Agent" rule:

? Bloom v. NCAA

? NCAA v. Tarkanian

? Federal Antitrust Law Under Section I of the Sherman Act "Prohibits unreasonable restraints of trade."

? NCAA v. Board of Regents

? Smith v. United States

? McCormack v. NCAA

? Banks v. United States-challenged the "no agent" and "no draft" rule.

Methodology

The court tested whether or not Oliver had a standing for a claim of Breach of Contract in reference to the Bloom v.
NCAA case which illustrates that the NCAA violated the duty of good faith and fair dealing through arbitrary (unreliable) and capricious (illogical) action as a third party beneficiary to the contract between NCAA and OSU.

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