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Gregory J. Tarone

Gregory J. Tarone

  • Entertainment & Sports Law, Real Estate Law, Estate Planning...
  • Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, New York
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Summary

With more than 30 years of sports law background, having been a certified NCAA, NBA and NFL agent, and manager of a dozen LPGA golfers, and advised Olympic athletes, Mr. Tarone has also been in the amateur and professional sports arenas as a writer, lecture and attendee at symposia on at Harvard Law. He was a founding member of the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section of The Florida Bar in 1990, and is the lead attorney in representing student-athlete Noriana Radwan in Radwan v. UConn. et al., USDC D.Conn 3:16-cv-02091on Justia at https://dockets.justia.com/docket/connecticut/ctdce/3:2016cv02091/115246 or at the case website: www.NorianasVoice.org.

Education
Georgetown University Law Center
J.D. (1977)
- present
Activities: Board of Editors, Law and Policy in Internatioal Business
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Georgetown University
B.A. (1973) | English
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Publications
Articles & Publications
"Amateur Athletes and Eligibility
Case & Comment, Volume 93, Number 3 at 3
"Florida Athlete Agent Registration Law"
The Sports, Parks & Recreation Law Reporter, Volume 3, Number 3 at 47
"Advising the Amateur Athlete to Preserve Eligibility"
The Florida Bar Journal, Volume 62, Number 2 at 23
"Intermodal Tariffs: A Problem of Conflicting Jurisdictions"
Law and Policy in International Business, Volume 9, Number 2 at 613 (1977).
Speaking Engagements
International Sports Law, Two-Hour Lecture with Materials, CLE Credit Hours: 2.0 Total (1.0 Ethics 1.0 Transactions), John Jay College, New York City
Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Course Materials 1. “What is Sports Law and Who is a Sports Lawyer?,” by Matthew J. Mitten, Professor, National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2. “What is Sports Law?,” by Timothy Davis, 11 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 211 (2001). 3. “Sports law,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 4. International Association of Sports Law (IASL), Athens, Greece 5. International Sports Lawyers Association (ISLA), Zurich, Switzerland 6. “UPDATE: International Sports Law,“ by Amy Burchfield 7. The Olympic Charter of the International Olympic Committee. 8. Olympic Oath, Olympic Creed, Olympic Motto and Special Olympics Motto. 9. International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Championships in Athletics. 10. United States Olympic Committee,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 11. “Amateur Sports Act of 1978,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 12. “Sports Immigration: Amateurs, College Athletes and Administrative Staff,” by Michael Catalotti 13. “Court of Arbitration for Sport,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 14. “Golf at the 2016 Summer Olympics,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 15. “Use of Participant’s image for advertising purposes during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games,” International Olympic Committee Rule 40. 16. “Advising the Amateur Athlete to Preserve Eligibility," by Gregory J. Tarone, Esq.,The Florida Bar Journal, Volume 62, Number 2 at 23 (l988), reprinted in adapted form as "Amateur Athletes and Eligibility" in Case & Comment, Volume 93, Number 3 at 3 (1988) and in The Sports, Parks & Recreation Law Reporter, Volume 2 Number 4 at 60 (1989). 17. "Sports Law World" outline, by Gregory J. Tarone, Esq. 18. MICLE Bio for Gregory J. Tarone, Esq.
International Sports Law, Two-Hour Lecture with Materials, CLE Credit Hours: 2.0 Total (1.0 Ethics 1.0 Transactions), John Jay College, New York City
Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Course Materials 1. “What is Sports Law and Who is a Sports Lawyer?,” by Matthew J. Mitten, Professor, National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2. “What is Sports Law?,” by Timothy Davis, 11 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 211 (2001). 3. “Sports law,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 4. International Association of Sports Law (IASL), Athens, Greece 5. International Sports Lawyers Association (ISLA), Zurich, Switzerland 6. “UPDATE: International Sports Law,“ by Amy Burchfield 7. The Olympic Charter of the International Olympic Committee. 8. Olympic Oath, Olympic Creed, Olympic Motto and Special Olympics Motto. 9. International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) World Championships in Athletics. 10. United States Olympic Committee,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 11. “Amateur Sports Act of 1978,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 12. “Sports Immigration: Amateurs, College Athletes and Administrative Staff,” by Michael Catalotti 13. “Court of Arbitration for Sport,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 14. “Golf at the 2016 Summer Olympics,” from Wikipedia free encyclopedia. 15. “Use of Participant’s image for advertising purposes during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games,” International Olympic Committee Rule 40. 16. “Advising the Amateur Athlete to Preserve Eligibility," by Gregory J. Tarone, Esq.,The Florida Bar Journal, Volume 62, Number 2 at 23 (l988), reprinted in adapted form as "Amateur Athletes and Eligibility" in Case & Comment, Volume 93, Number 3 at 3 (1988) and in The Sports, Parks & Recreation Law Reporter, Volume 2 Number 4 at 60 (1989). 17. "Sports Law World" outline, by Gregory J. Tarone, Esq. 18. MICLE Bio for Gregory J. Tarone, Esq.
Certifications
Home Builder 2005
National Assocaiton of Home Builders
Awards
Who's Who In America 1995, 49th Edition, Who's Who In American Law 1996-1997, 9th Edition, and Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1993-1994
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Professional Associations
Greater Danbury Bar Association
Member
- Current
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New York State Bar Association
Member
- Current
Activities: Member, Section on Entertainment, Arts & Sports
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American Bar Association
Member
- Current
Activities: Student and International Sections
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Colorado
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Florida
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Massachusetts
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New York
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U.S. Supreme Court
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Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Practice Areas
  • Entertainment & Sports Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Probate
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Websites & Blogs
Website
Contact & Map
Gregory J. Tarone, Attorney & Counselor at Law
5020 Route 9W, Suite 104
Newburgh, NY 12550
USA
Telephone: (845) 527-5424
Cell: (631) 276-1006
Fax: (845) 563-0461