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Spencer Fane Market Analysis Cited By North Carolina Public Radio

North Carolina Public Radio (WUNC) recently cited research conducted by Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville in an article detailing the highest paid salaries in college athletics.

Roger Denny Joins Panel Discussion at Collegiate Sports Summit

Spencer Fane partner Roger Denny recently participated as a panelist at the Collegiate Sports Summit held in Santa Monica, California.  Roger’s presentation focused on the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) on intercollegiate athletics departments.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Analyze Trends in Athletics Director Compensation

Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville recently published an article in AthleticDirectorU (ADU) analyzing the data in their Athletic Director Database made in collaboration with USA Today.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Write Article on Effects of Intermediate Sanctions Tax on Athletic Departments

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville recently published an article in AthleticDirectorU (ADU) discussing the details and consequences of the intermediate sanctions tax on college coaches, athletic directors, and other highly paid employees of tax-exempt organizations.

Roger Denny Analyzes Market Rate for NCAA Athletic Director Salaries

Spencer Fane LLP attorney Roger Denny was recently quoted in the Raleigh News & Observer’s PolitiFact in an article analyzing the “market rate” for NCAA athletic director salaries.

Spencer Fane Market Analysis Cited by Sports Business Journal

Sports Business Journal recently cited research conducted by Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville in an article detailing the most critical issues facing university athletic departments in 2018.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Publish Article on FBS Assistant Football Coaches’ Contract Trends

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville recently collaborated to write an article published in AthleticDirectorU (ADU) that summarizes the findings from their recent collaboration with USA Today on a database of assistant football coach salaries. In the ADU article, they discuss their observations related to trends in the data, including compensation disparities between head coaches and their staff in each of the Autonomy 5 conferences.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Write Article on New Tax Act’s Impact on College Coaches’ Compensation

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville recently collaborated to write an article published in AthleticDirectorU about effects of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on coaches’ compensation. The article discusses the nuances of the new act, its impacts and the possible strategies for universities moving forward.

Roger Denny Quoted in USA Today on Effects of Tax Bill for Collegiate Athletic Departments

Spencer Fane LLP Partner Roger Denny was recently quoted in USA Today in an article about the new tax bill’s impacts on college sports. Some provisions in the bill could potentially cause increases in cost of coaches’ compensation, a possible decrease of donor contributions, and other related consequences.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Publish D1 Football Assistant Coach Salary Database in USA Today

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville were recently published in USA Today as instrumental contributors to the publication’s annual release of top collegiate assistant football coach salaries across all Division I conferences. USA Today collaborates with the Spencer Fane sports practice duo to prepare the compensation survey, which you can read here.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville in New York Times and AthleticDirectorU

In a New York Times article titled “How the Big Ten Got Back to the Top of College Football,” Spencer Fane attorney Bob Lattinville is interviewed about how the Big Ten’s previous lows in football were directly related to its current highs. He mentions that “In 2014, maybe the shine had come off,” he said. “That can be helpful, in the sense that if your fan base’s expectations aren’t out of whack, or your biggest booster isn’t threatening to withhold a check, that’s helpful.”

Bob Lattinville and Roger Denny Publish Coaching Salary Findings in USA Today

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Bob Lattinville and Roger Denny were recently published in USA Today as instrumental contributors to the publication’s annual release of top collegiate head football coach and assistant coach salaries across the FBS conferences. USA Today collaborates with the Spencer Fane sports practice duo to prepare the compensation survey, which you can read here.

Multiple Publications Cite Athletic Director Compensation Survey by Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville

The FBS Athletic Directors’ Compensation Survey written by Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville and published in AthleticDirectorU has received attention from several publications.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Interviewed by HoopsHD

In an article about spiraling salaries for D-1 Men’s basketball coaches, HoopsHD recently interviewed Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Publish College Athletic Directors Compensation Survey

In another of their ongoing articles for AthleticDirectorU, Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville recently published the FBS Athletic Directors’ Compensation Survey.

Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville Provide Insights into NCAA Men’s Basketball Coaching Salaries

As part of their ongoing research and analysis into NCAA coaching salaries and contracts, Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville are publishing their findings – and insights gleaned from those findings – in a series of articles with AthleticDirectorU.

Spencer Fane Attorneys Publish Coaching Salary Findings in USA Today

Spencer Fane LLP attorneys Bob Lattinville and Roger Denny were recently published in USA Today as instrumental contributors to the publication’s annual release of top collegiate head football coach and assistant coach salaries across all Division I conferences.