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David Greenspan

Partner in New York

Sectors

Admissions

  • New York

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of New York
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • USCA – 2nd Circuit
  • USCA - 5th Circuit
  • USCA - 6th Circuit
  • USCA - 8th Circuit
  • USCA - 9th Circuit

Education

In connection with antitrust matters, David Greenspan has acted as plaintiffs and defense counsel in cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. He has also defended companies in criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and international competition authorities.  David regularly counsels clients on antitrust matters, including implementing antitrust compliance policies and programs.

With respect to sports-related litigation, David has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and collegiate athlete rights. He regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players, and has appeared in numerous matters involving players such as Tom Brady, Colin Kaepernick, Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Ezekiel Elliott, Eric Reid, Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, and Ricky Williams. David has also represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players Association, the NHL Players’ Association, classes of D-I collegiate athletes, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, professional sports agents, and an Olympic gold medalist.

Experience

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Some of the experience represented here may have been handled at a previous firm.

Honors & Awards

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

Credentials

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

In connection with antitrust matters, David Greenspan has acted as plaintiffs and defense counsel in cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. He has also defended companies in criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and international competition authorities.  David regularly counsels clients on antitrust matters, including implementing antitrust compliance policies and programs.

With respect to sports-related litigation, David has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and collegiate athlete rights. He regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players, and has appeared in numerous matters involving players such as Tom Brady, Colin Kaepernick, Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Ezekiel Elliott, Eric Reid, Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, and Ricky Williams. David has also represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players Association, the NHL Players’ Association, classes of D-I collegiate athletes, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, professional sports agents, and an Olympic gold medalist.

Sectors

Honors and Awards

Chambers USA
Chambers and Partners
Legal
500
The Legal 500 United States
Best Lawyers
Best Lawyers in America
Under 40
Hot List
Benchmark Litigation
Rising Star
Law360
40 Under 40
Sports Business Journal
Listed
New York Metro
Rising Stars
Super Lawyers
Pro Bono Award
Legal Aid Society

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
JD, 2001
University of Pennsylvania
BA, 1998

Admissions

NY
New York

Court Admissions

E.D.
N.Y.
Eastern District of New York
S.D.
N.Y.
Southern District of New York
E.D.
Mich.
Eastern District of Michigan
2d
Cir.
USCA – 2nd Circuit
5th
Cir.
USCA - 5th Circuit
6th
Cir.
USCA - 6th Circuit
8th
Cir.
USCA - 8th Circuit
9th
Cir.
USCA - 9th Circuit

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

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David Greenspan

Partner in New York

Sectors

Admissions

  • New York

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of New York
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • USCA – 2nd Circuit
  • USCA - 5th Circuit
  • USCA - 6th Circuit
  • USCA - 8th Circuit
  • USCA - 9th Circuit

Education

David Greenspan litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action, and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations. In antitrust matters, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. Mr. Greenspan has also defended companies against criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and international competition authorities relating to alleged cartel activities.

Experience

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Honors & Awards

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

Credentials

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

David Greenspan litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action, and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations. In antitrust matters, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. Mr. Greenspan has also defended companies against criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and international competition authorities relating to alleged cartel activities.

Sectors

Honors and Awards

Chambers USA
Chambers and Partners
Legal
500
The Legal 500 United States
Best Lawyers
Best Lawyers in America
Under 40
Hot List
Benchmark Litigation
Rising Star
Law360
40 Under 40
Sports Business Journal
Listed
New York Metro
Rising Stars
Super Lawyers
Pro Bono Award
Legal Aid Society

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
JD, 2001
University of Pennsylvania
BA, 1998

Admissions

NY
New York

Court Admissions

E.D.
N.Y.
Eastern District of New York
S.D.
N.Y.
Southern District of New York
E.D.
Mich.
Eastern District of Michigan
2d
Cir.
USCA – 2nd Circuit
5th
Cir.
USCA - 5th Circuit
6th
Cir.
USCA - 6th Circuit
8th
Cir.
USCA - 8th Circuit
9th
Cir.
USCA - 9th Circuit

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

Sectors

Admissions

  • New York

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of New York
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • USCA – 2nd Circuit
  • USCA - 5th Circuit
  • USCA - 6th Circuit
  • USCA - 8th Circuit
  • USCA - 9th Circuit

Education

David Greenspan is a partner who litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations. He has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and workers’ compensation.  Mr. Greenspan regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players and has appeared in numerous NFLPA arbitrations and Special Master proceedings, on behalf of players such as Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, Larry Johnson, Daunte Culpepper, Terrell Suggs, Albert Haynesworth, Deion Branch, Ashley Lelie, and Ricky Williams. Mr. Greenspan also has represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, MLB Players Association, NHL Players’ Association, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, and professional sports agents.  In 2014, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Sports Business Journal as one of its “40 Under 40” award winners, the publication’s annual list of the top young executives in the sports industry. In 2013, he was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Experience

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Honors & Awards

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

Credentials

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

David Greenspan is a partner who litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations. He has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and workers’ compensation.  Mr. Greenspan regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players and has appeared in numerous NFLPA arbitrations and Special Master proceedings, on behalf of players such as Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, Larry Johnson, Daunte Culpepper, Terrell Suggs, Albert Haynesworth, Deion Branch, Ashley Lelie, and Ricky Williams. Mr. Greenspan also has represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, MLB Players Association, NHL Players’ Association, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, and professional sports agents.  In 2014, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Sports Business Journal as one of its “40 Under 40” award winners, the publication’s annual list of the top young executives in the sports industry. In 2013, he was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Sectors

Honors and Awards

Chambers USA
Chambers and Partners
Legal
500
The Legal 500 United States
Best Lawyers
Best Lawyers in America
Under 40
Hot List
Benchmark Litigation
Rising Star
Law360
40 Under 40
Sports Business Journal
Listed
New York Metro
Rising Stars
Super Lawyers
Pro Bono Award
Legal Aid Society

David has been recognized for his legal acumen by a number of publications:

  • Recognized in The Legal 500 U.S. 2018 for his work in Sports Law
  • Ranked in Chambers USA 2018 as one of the nation’s leading attorneys in Sports Law
  • Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 in the field of Sports Law
  • 2016 “Under 40 Hot List” by Benchmark Litigation
  • 2016 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Sports lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2016 Law360 Sports Editorial Advisory Board Member
  • 2016 and 2014 “40 Under 40” by Sports Business Journal as one of the top young executives in the sports industry
  • 2015 “Leaders in Their Field” and “Up & Coming” rankings by Chambers USA for Sports Law
  • 2015 and 2014 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers
  • 2014 “Rising Star” by the New York Law Journal as a top contributor to the practice of law and the community
  • 2013 “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch
  • 2010 recognition by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law
  • 2004 “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare worker

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
JD, 2001
University of Pennsylvania
BA, 1998

Admissions

NY
New York

Court Admissions

E.D.
N.Y.
Eastern District of New York
S.D.
N.Y.
Southern District of New York
E.D.
Mich.
Eastern District of Michigan
2d
Cir.
USCA – 2nd Circuit
5th
Cir.
USCA - 5th Circuit
6th
Cir.
USCA - 6th Circuit
8th
Cir.
USCA - 8th Circuit
9th
Cir.
USCA - 9th Circuit

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

Sectors

Admissions

  • New York

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of New York
  • USCA - 5th Circuit
  • USCA - 8th Circuit
  • USCA - 9th Circuit

Education

David Greenspan is a litigation partner in Winston & Strawn’s New York office. Mr. Greenspan litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations.

In antitrust matters, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. Mr. Greenspan has also defended companies against criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and international competition authorities relating to alleged cartel activities.

With respect to sports litigation, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and workers’ compensation. Mr. Greenspan regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players and has appeared in numerous NFLPA arbitrations and Special Master proceedings, on behalf of players such as Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, Larry Johnson, Daunte Culpepper, Terrell Suggs, Albert Haynesworth, Deion Branch, Ashley Lelie, and Ricky Williams. Mr. Greenspan has also represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players Association, the NHL Players’ Association, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, and professional sports agents.

In 2004, Mr. Greenspan received a Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Award for achieving summary judgment against New York City in his representation of a low-income childcare worker in a matter of first impression.

Representative Matters

  • Brady v. NFL. Mr. Greenspan represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • Mr. Greenspan is currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Mr. Greenspan represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • NBPA / NBA Player Litigations. Mr. Greenspan represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline).  Mr. Greenspan represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated. 
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp. Mr. Greenspan represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues). Mr. Greenspan represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick). Mr. Greenspan represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Greenspan represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • Terrell Owens v. Philadelphia Eagles. Mr. Greenspan represented NFL player Terrell Owens in a grievance challenging Mr. Owens’ suspension.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings. Mr. Greenspan represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Experience

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Honors & Awards

Honors and Awards

In 2013, Mr. Greenspan was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Winston & Strawn's Sports Law group was recognized by U.S. News and World Reports — Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” in Sport Law for 2012-2013.

In 2010, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law. 

Mr. Greenspan received a “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for his achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare workers.  

Education Mr. Greenspan received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001. He also received a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

Credentials

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

David Greenspan is a litigation partner in Winston & Strawn’s New York office. Mr. Greenspan litigates complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, sports, class action and other matters at both the trial and appellate court levels, and in arbitrations.

In antitrust matters, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving monopolization, predatory pricing, price-fixing, group boycotts, and other restraints of trade. Representative cases include the defense of alleged cartel activities in multidistrict class actions and the defense of unlawful monopolization claims under various federal and state antitrust laws. Mr. Greenspan has also defended companies against criminal and administrative proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and international competition authorities relating to alleged cartel activities.

With respect to sports litigation, Mr. Greenspan has litigated cases involving antitrust law, labor law, licensing, agent regulation, active and retired player rights, and workers’ compensation. Mr. Greenspan regularly represents the NFL Players Association and NFL players and has appeared in numerous NFLPA arbitrations and Special Master proceedings, on behalf of players such as Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Plaxico Burress, Larry Johnson, Daunte Culpepper, Terrell Suggs, Albert Haynesworth, Deion Branch, Ashley Lelie, and Ricky Williams. Mr. Greenspan has also represented NBA players, the NBA Players Association, the MLB Players Association, the NHL Players’ Association, professional poker players, a prospective NHL owner, and professional sports agents.

In 2004, Mr. Greenspan received a Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Award for achieving summary judgment against New York City in his representation of a low-income childcare worker in a matter of first impression.

Representative Matters

  • Brady v. NFL. Mr. Greenspan represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • Mr. Greenspan is currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Mr. Greenspan represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • NBPA / NBA Player Litigations. Mr. Greenspan represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline).  Mr. Greenspan represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated. 
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp. Mr. Greenspan represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues). Mr. Greenspan represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick). Mr. Greenspan represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Greenspan represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • Terrell Owens v. Philadelphia Eagles. Mr. Greenspan represented NFL player Terrell Owens in a grievance challenging Mr. Owens’ suspension.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings. Mr. Greenspan represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Sectors

Honors and Awards

Chambers USA
Chambers and Partners
Legal
500
The Legal 500 United States
Best Lawyers
Best Lawyers in America
Under 40
Hot List
Benchmark Litigation
Rising Star
Law360
40 Under 40
Sports Business Journal
Listed
New York Metro
Rising Stars
Super Lawyers
Pro Bono Award
Legal Aid Society

Honors and Awards

In 2013, Mr. Greenspan was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Winston & Strawn's Sports Law group was recognized by U.S. News and World Reports — Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” in Sport Law for 2012-2013.

In 2010, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law. 

Mr. Greenspan received a “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for his achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare workers.  

Education Mr. Greenspan received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001. He also received a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
JD, 2001

Admissions

NY
New York

Court Admissions

E.D.
N.Y.
Eastern District of New York
5th
Cir.
USCA - 5th Circuit
8th
Cir.
USCA - 8th Circuit
9th
Cir.
USCA - 9th Circuit

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

Sectors

Admissions

  • New York

Court Admissions

  • Eastern District of New York
  • USCA - 5th Circuit
  • USCA - 8th Circuit
  • USCA - 9th Circuit

Education

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Experience

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

Honors & Awards

Honors and Awards

In 2013, Mr. Greenspan was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Winston & Strawn's Sports Law group was recognized by U.S. News and World Reports - Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” in Sport Law for 2012-2013.

In 2010, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law. 

Mr. Greenspan received a “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for his achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare workers.  

Education Mr. Greenspan received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001. He also received a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

Credentials

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013

David Greenspan

Partner in New York

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Sectors

Honors and Awards

Chambers USA
Chambers and Partners
Legal
500
The Legal 500 United States
Best Lawyers
Best Lawyers in America
Under 40
Hot List
Benchmark Litigation
Rising Star
Law360
40 Under 40
Sports Business Journal
Listed
New York Metro
Rising Stars
Super Lawyers
Pro Bono Award
Legal Aid Society

Honors and Awards

In 2013, Mr. Greenspan was named a “Rising Star” by Law360 in its list of four Media & Entertainment lawyers under 40 to watch.

Winston & Strawn's Sports Law group was recognized by U.S. News and World Reports - Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” in Sport Law for 2012-2013.

In 2010, Mr. Greenspan was recognized by Legal 500 US in 2010 in the area of Sports Law. 

Mr. Greenspan received a “Rights of Workers” Pro Bono Award from the Legal Aid Society in 2004 for his achieving summary judgment in a matter of first impression on behalf of low-income childcare workers.  

Education Mr. Greenspan received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001. He also received a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Activities

David formerly served as the chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Sports Law Committee.

He serves as chair of Winston & Strawn’s Associate Evaluation Committee. 

David received a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2001, and a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998.

Education

University of Pennsylvania
JD, 2001

Admissions

NY
New York

Court Admissions

E.D.
N.Y.
Eastern District of New York
5th
Cir.
USCA - 5th Circuit
8th
Cir.
USCA - 8th Circuit
9th
Cir.
USCA - 9th Circuit

Some of the experience represented below may have been handled at a previous firm.

  • Jenkins v.NCAA – Represents classes of collegiate players in their antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA and Power Conferences concerning restraints on compensation.
  • Currently involved in several confidential matters on behalf of multinational companies subject to DOJ and foreign criminal investigations for alleged cartel activities.
  • NFL National Anthem grievances – Represents the NFLPA and certain NFL players in several arbitrations concerning NFL player protests during the playing of the national anthem.
  • Panasonic class action defense. Represents Panasonic Corp. and Panasonic Corp. of North America in their defense of various class actions.
  • In re Tom Brady –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Brady in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Brady in connection with so-called “Deflate-gate.” 
  • Brady v. NFL –Represented Tom Brady and other NFL players in an antitrust lawsuit against the NFL and NFL teams.
  • NBPA/NBA Player Litigations –Represented the NBPA in a declaratory judgment action filed by the NBA and represented individual NBA players in antitrust litigation filed against the League.
  • In re Ray Rice – Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Rice in a successful appeal of the indefinite suspension imposed on Mr. Rice.
  • In re Adrian Peterson –Represented the NFLPA and Mr. Peterson in arbitration and litigation challenges to discipline imposed on Mr. Peterson.
  • NFLPA v. NFL (Saints “Bounty” Discipline) – Represented the NFLPA and certain NFL players in litigation and multiple arbitrations that resulted in all discipline being vacated.
  • Thales v. Panasonic Avionics Corp –Represented Panasonic Avionics Corporation in a matter in which Panasonic achieved summary judgment and defeated charges of unlawful monopolization and predatory pricing.
  • White v. NFL (Broadcast Revenues) –Represented the White class and the NFLPA in a proceeding challenging the NFL’s negotiation of its national TV contracts.
  • White v. NFL (Michael Vick) –Represented NFL player Michael Vick before trial and appellate courts in defeating the Atlanta Falcons’ attempt to recover bonus money from Mr. Vick after he was incarcerated and suspended.
  • Ferguson v. WPT Enterprises, Inc. – Represented seven of the world’s top poker players in an antitrust lawsuit filed against the World Poker Tour.
  • In re Dewey Ranch Holdings –Represented PSE Sports & Entertainment in James Balsillie’s bid to purchase and relocate the Phoenix Coyotes hockey franchise out of bankruptcy.

 

  • ABA Trade, Sports, and Professional Associations Committee, “Hot Topics in Sports and Antitrust” (Panelist, March 9, 2018)
  • Fifth Annual Penn Law Sports Law Symposium, Sponsored by Penn Law, COP, and the Entertainment and Sports Law Society (Panelist, February 9, 2018)
  • Association of Business Trial Lawyers, Tackling NFL Player Litigation: From Bountygate to Deflategate (Panelist, February 6, 2018)
  • ABA International Committee Monthly Corporate Counsel Update (November 2017)
  • NYU Law School Sports Law Colloquium (Panelist, March 2016)
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, February 2016
  • University of New Hampshire, Professor Michael McCann’s Deflategate Course, Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • William B. Bryant Inn of Court, “Deflategate Goes to Federal Court,” Guest Lecturer, October 2015
  • NY State Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Annual Meeting, “Amateur in Name Only?  The Intersection Between Antitrust Law and College Athletics,” Panelist, January 2015
  • NYU School of Professional Studies, “Labor Relations in Sports,” Guest Lecturer, December 2014
  • CSE Sports Marketing Symposium, “College Sports: The Changing Relationship with Athletes and the Implications on Sports and Sports Marketing,” Panelist, October 2014
  • Federal Bar Council, “The Role of Federal Litigation in Governing Sports in the 21st Century,” Panelist, September 2014
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, Sports Law Symposium, Panelist, February 2014
  • CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Litigating Change in CollegeSports, Author, January 2014
  • Bloomberg TV, Market Makers, Discussing Alex Rodriguez lawsuit, October 2013
  • ABA Section of Antitrust Law: Cartel and Criminal Practice and Economics Committee, “The Economics of Collusion,” Moderator, July 2013