Season 2: Episode 1- The New frontier: Name, image, and likeness w/ Jonathan Stahler, Esq.
Dreams To Currency Podcast Hosted By Michael Birts Jr.
On this episode of Dreams 2 Currency, Michael sits down with premier sports and entertainment lawyer, Jonathan Stahler, Esq. and discusses all things NIL (name, image, and likeness), his career in sports, and time as a sports agent.
Jonathan Stahler, Attorney for Sports & Entertainment Performers
Pro Mindset Podcast
Sports and entertainment attorney Jonathan Stahler joins Pro Mindset host Craig Domann as they discuss:•the prospects of the NFL having more guaranteed player contracts, •who’s #1 GOAT in NBA Michael Jordan or Lebron James, •the differences and challenges of doing legal work in the sports and entertainment area, •the mental make-up of superstar performers, •the myths of working in sports, and •his motivation for getting into sports and entertainment law.Jonathan originally from Pennsylvania and currently practices law in South Florida but he was a sports fan way before his sports career. His favorite Major League Baseball team is the New York Yankees, his favorite NFL team is his home state Philadelphia Eagles and his favorite NBA team is the Miami Heat!Jonathan M. Stahler, Esq. is a Florida licensed attorney in both state & federal courts based in Miami, FL, and is the founder of Stahler Sports & Entertainment Law,PA. www.Stahlerselaw.com He represents clients in the sports and entertainment arena including professional athletes (NFL, NBA and MLB), sports and player agents, organizations and family members.Jonathan is a graduate of Syracuse University & the David B. Falk Center for Sport Management where he received a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management, with honors. He received his Juris Doctor & Certificate for Sports Law and Policy from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Jonathan is a member of the Florida Bar, Sports Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, & a board member of the Florida Sports Business & Leadership Association. He has served as a panelist & guest lecturer discussing issues in both sports & entertainment law & business at Syracuse University College of Law, Florida International University College of Law, Syracuse University, Florida State University, & University of Miami.
The Life of a Sports Agent & Why College Athletes Should Be Getting Paid with Sports Agent & Attorney, Jonathan Stahler
The White Tiger Podcast
ln this week's episode of The White Tiger Podcast, we sit down with Jonathan Stahler, Founder and President of Stahler Sports and Entertainment Law based out of Miami, Florida. Jonathan is not just a Sports and Entertainment Attorney, but he also has experience as a sports agent, representing clients from the National Football League, National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball. He also utilizes his extensive law background and his experience as a sports agent to help professional athletes and high profile entertainment clients, protect themselves and their families, both now and in the future. During our conversation with Jonathan, he talks about what it’s like to be a professional sports agent and why it can be very challenging and not as glamorous as most people think. He also talks about why college athletes should be getting paid and how new legislation passed in California, Colorado and Florida is setting the stage for college athletes to finally be compensated while in school. Jonathan also talks about an article he wrote in 2014, in regards to the NCAA exploiting college athletes, by benefiting from their name, image and likeness, while refusing to compensate these same athletes and restricting them from making money while in school.We also talk about the power of practical experience and why getting an eduction is only one part of a larger puzzle and why college athletes need to be given the opportunity to learn practical skills that would greatly benefit them while in college and in life.If you’re a sports fan, want to know what it is like to be a sports agent and are curious to know what the future of college athletics may look like, this is the episode for you! You can find out more about Jonathan Stahler on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jsesq3/?hl=en and on twitter at https://twitter.com/JSEsq3 Also check out Jonathan’s article published in the Arizona State University Sports & Entertainment Law Journal, Spring 2014 edition writing about college athletes and compensation.
The 2020 MLB Season Stalemate & College Athletes Getting Paid, with Sports Attorney Jonathan Stahler
After Orange Slices
Jonathan Stahler is a Sports Attorney and Founder of Stahler Sports & Entertainment Law. Jonathan joins the podcast to discuss his life as a former sports agent and how his unique experience has led him to manage clients successfully. Plus, we dive deep into the possibilities of the MLB - will we or won’t we have baseball in 2020, and what are all the legal ramifications that come with it? Jonathan discusses his soon to be released article focused on college athletes’ profiting off of name, image, and likeness and how it could change college sports forever. LINKS/RESOURCES @AfterOrangeslices @TurboTalkPod Listen to Turbo Talk Turbo Talk Live on Twitch Bridget Case on Twitch
14: Protecting Student Athletes with Jonathan Stahler
The Sports Law Biz Podcast
In this episode, Peter Ott discusses protections for student athletes with Jonathan Stahler. Jonathan is an associate and certified NBPA agent at iP Agency and has written extensively about sports and entertainment issues in various forums. This discussion is based on his article published in the Spring 2014 issue of the ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, entitled “Creating an Equitable Playing Field: Vital Protections for Male Athletes in Revenue-Generating Sports who are predominantly African-American.” You can follow Jonathan on twitter at @JMStahler3. Additionally, a link to his article is found here, courtesy of the ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. You can listen to this podcast at the bottom of this blog post or through iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to subscribe to it on either iTunes or Stitcher so that you’ll never miss a future episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes, as it is very helpful to increase the reach of this podcast. And I’d love to hear your feedback. You can reach me on twitter. http://sportslawbiz.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/11.19.15-Stahler-Interview.mp3