Austin Sports Law Blog 2018-02-08T09:52:39+00:00

MLS to ATX #11: A Big Early Win For Ohio and Columbus in the ‘Save The Crew’ Lawsuit

May 10th, 2018|9 Comments

Earlier this week, Judge Jeffrey Brown, the judge who is presiding over the Ohio v Precourt / MLS lawsuit in Columbus, issued an 18 page Order addressing [...]

MLS to ATX #10: Update on City of Austin Resolution and Ohio Lawsuit to Save the Crew

April 20th, 2018|0 Comments

Since my last article, the MLS to Austin story has continued to develop on two fronts. Here in Austin, the City Council approved a resolution directing the [...]

MLS to ATX #9: Ohio and Columbus File Lawsuit Against PSV and MLS. What Does That Mean?

March 6th, 2018|5 Comments

After a couple of months of rumors and speculation on the MLS to Austin front, there has been a recent flurry of news stories that would suggest [...]

MLS to ATX #8: Guerrero Park v McKalla Place – My Solution

February 16th, 2018|2 Comments

This last weekend, I was a guest on ‘The Throw In’, Austin's only soccer radio show, to [...]

MLS to ATX #7: The Untold Story of 10414 McKalla Place

February 6th, 2018|5 Comments

In December of last year, the City of Austin released a report identifying eight City-owned properties that [...]

MLS to ATX #6: The Roy G. Guerrero Colorado River Park and The Austin Swing

February 2nd, 2018|3 Comments

When Roy Guerrero Park was first put forward as a possible location for a soccer stadium late [...]

MLS to ATX #5: How Might The University of Texas Influence MLS in Austin?

January 24th, 2018|5 Comments

The most useless comment you will likely hear in this whole MLS discussion is that Austin is [...]

MLS to ATX #4: Does Columbus Have Any Legal Basis to Prevent MLS in Austin?

January 15th, 2018|6 Comments

This article will look at whether the State of Ohio or the City of Columbus can take [...]

MLS to ATX #3: Does San Antonio Have Any Legal Basis to Prevent MLS in Austin?

January 8th, 2018|1 Comment

While Austin generally welcomed the MLS to ATX news, the opposite was true in Ohio as, unsurprisingly, [...]