POSTED: Tuesday March 8th 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Michael L. Buckner Law Firm Announces Spring 2011 Webinar: "Top Ten Things to Consider. . .NCAA Enforcement Investigations"

You are invited to the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm's next quarterly educational webinar: "The Top Ten Things to Consider When Your University is Confronted with an NCAA Enforcement Investigation".

Program Summary

A telephone call or letter from the NCAA enforcement staff to a college or university concerning the staff's receipt of an alleged rules-violation is the start of a complex, daunting and high-profile investigative and administrative process. The webinar will provide participants with the "top ten things" presidents, general counsel, athletics administrators and other institutional employees should consider before and during the NCAA enforcement process. In fact, over the course of the 60-minute web-based workshop, the participants will review the best practices, techniques and strategies to place their colleges and universities in the best position prior to, and during the course of, an NCAA infractions case.

Presenter and Biography:

Michael L. Buckner is the shareholder of the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm. Mr. Buckner, a licensed attorney and private investigator, advises organizations on compliance, investigation, ethics, training, and management enhancement issues. Mr. Buckner represents academic institutions before all NCAA committees, including colleges and universities in the enforcement process and secondary schools in the high school review process. Mr. Buckner, as an independent consultant for the NCAA (2006-07), conducted on-site investigative audits of non-traditional and preparatory schools in the United States and Puerto Rico.

Course Objectives and Benefits:

This intermediate-level workshop will enable general counsel and university administrators to:

•Prevent common errors made by institutions before and during the NCAA enforcement process.
•Minimize an institution's legal liability stemming from an investigation of alleged NCAA rules-violations.
•Conduct an objective internal investigation that provides the most pertinent and accurate information.

Cost:

•$50.00 per telephone line (early registration-through March 27, 2011)
•$75 per telephone line (regular registration-March 28, 2011, to April 19, 2011)
•$100 per telephone line (late registration-after April 20, 2011).

Visit the event website to register or RSVP:
http://tinyurl.com/mlblf2011springwebinar

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Keywords · Michael Buckner Law Firm · NCAA · Enforcement Investigation · College · Sports · rules violations


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