University of Pittsburgh
Pitt Law's Office of Development and Alumni Relations presents:

Pitt Law at PNC Park: When An Athlete Gets In Trouble: Conflicting roles of the defense attorney, sports agent, and club counsel

September 7, 2011
PNC Park
115 Federal Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Be sure to Save the Date!  Join Pitt Law for Alumni Night at PNC Park, Wednesday, September 7, 2011.The entrance for the event will be the Press Entrance on General Robinson Boulevard. The CLE will begin promptly at 5:00 p.m.

The evening will include your ticket to see the Pittsburgh Pirates take on the Houston Astros in the World Series Suite, a CLE presentation, and a networking reception.  More information on this event will be available soon. If you have questions, please contact Allison Saras, Director of Constituent Relations, at saras@pitt.edu or at 412.624.0083.

Cost:

$45 – includes CLE credit, game ticket and refreshments
$40 – for additional tickets for friends/family without credit
$20 – for current Pitt Law Students

Cash or Checks (made payable to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law) can be sent to:
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Barco Law Building
Attn: Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
3900 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260 

CLE Credit

1 credit

Pitt Law at PNC Park: When An Athlete Gets In Trouble:
Conflicting roles of the defense attorney, sports agent, and club counsel

Robert G. Del Greco, Jr., Esq. (criminal defense attorney)
Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C.
Shareholder

Eddie L. Edwards, Jr., Esq. (sports agent)
Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP
Of Counsel

Larry A. Silverman, Esq.  (club counsel)
Pittsburgh Pirates<
Senior Vice President & General Counsel

John M. Burkoff (moderator)
University of Pittsburgh, School of Law
Professor of Law

Join us for a one hour panel discussion on the various legal and ethical issues that arise when a professional athlete gets in trouble with the law.  Our panel of experts will discuss key elements to this timely topic. Lawyers have differing issues, interests, and goals to address when a professional athlete gets in trouble, and typically these are handled in the public eye due to the media surrounding the athlete. This panel discussion will be worth one hour of substantive PA CLE credit. 

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