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.
Video of Sterling Brown's arrest by the Milwaukee Police Department was released on Wednesday and the Bucks' guard has signaled plans to sue the city of Milwaukee. What legal options does he have and what is the Milwaukee Police Department likely to do?
Could new findings undermine the FBI’s college basketball corruption case? Will Christian Dawkins avoid jail time? And what happens to the rogue agent? SI's legal expert examines the controversial investigation.
Robert Kraft is the latest in a series of depositions of influential NFL figures who could have information pertinent to Colin Kaepernick’s grievance. What were the topics covered that could impact Kaepernick's collusion case with the NFL?
Michigan State has agreed to a $500-million settlement with the victims of Larry Nassar's abuse—a decision that was likely more for public relations than it was for the law. Now, the ball is in the NCAA's court. Will it penalize Michigan State?
At first glance, it might not appear that Eli Manning had much on the line with the trial. Yet, Manning's relationship with the NFL and endorsers were not worth risking had this memorabilia lawsuit gone to court.