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Ryan Rodenberg

Ryan Rodenberg is an assistant professor of sports law analytics at Florida State University and previously worked in the sports industry as an in-house attorney.
  1. The NFL Workplace Bullying Report by the numbers

    New York attorney Ted Wells, the primary author of a textured investigative report into allegations of pervasive bullying involving Miami Dolphins players, probably never envisioned penning a document that included some forth of the word “bitch” 23 times.

    By Ryan Rodenberg , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Who owns real-time sports data?

    Daniel Dobson attained his 15 minutes of fame in the spotlight last month during the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne. Dobson, a British national, was arrested on-site and accused of “courtsiding” in violation of a new law centered on betting integrity. The practice of courtsiding in tennis dates back to at least 2008 and involves the clandestine transmission of real-time data. The recipients of such transmissions are often those involved in high-stakes sports wagering.

    By Ryan Rodenberg , written on

    From the News desk