Alabama Representative Kyle South—the lawmaker behind the state’s NIL bill—has moved to repeal the law granting student-athletes the opportunity to utilize their name, image and likeness for commercial gain. South, a University of Alabama graduate, has stated that his state’s NIL law is “more restrictive than what the NCAA adopted.” Unquestionably, South does not want […]

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Joshua M. Frieser, Esq. is a college sports lawyer and Principal Attorney at Frieser Legal. His practice is focused on the representation of college athletes and working to solve their unique legal needs. Josh represents student-athletes in formal NCAA regulatory proceedings and NIL…

Joshua M. Frieser, Esq. is a college sports lawyer and Principal Attorney at Frieser Legal. His practice is focused on the representation of college athletes and working to solve their unique legal needs. Josh represents student-athletes in formal NCAA regulatory proceedings and NIL licensing agreements, as well as in related intellectual property and business planning matters.