Bond’s Collegiate Sports Practice Highlighted In LJWorld.com

October 22, 2017

(Overland Park, KS): Bond, Schoeneck & King was highlighted in LJWorld.com’s October 22, 2017 article “KU provides more details of NCAA-mandated basketball review, enlists law firm to help,” by Matt Tait.

The article reads in part:

“Working with the Overland Park-based law firm of Bond, Schoeneck & King – which has a longstanding relationship with KAI and recently helped KU in its high-profile quest to gain eligibility for former KU forward Cheick Diallo in 2015 – a KU spokesman said the review largely will cover the same ground that its compliance department does on a regular basis.”

“In light of the NCAA’s request, we have enlisted them to make sure that we’re doing it the way we need to do it,” KU associate athletic director Jim Marchiony said of review assistance from Bond, Schoeneck & King. “We’re not asking them to come in and conduct an examination. We’re going to ask them to help us make sure that we’re doing it correctly and that we dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s.”

Bond’s Overland Park, Kansas office is the home of the firm’s nationwide collegiate sports practice group. The group has been recognized as the leading provider of consulting services to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) member institutions in the areas of major and secondary infractions cases; compliance program reviews and audits; student-athlete eligibility reinstatement; rules interpretations and governance issues; and other NCAA-related concerns.

Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC is a law firm with 250 lawyers serving individuals, companies, non-profits and public sector entities in a broad range of practice areas. Bond has nine offices in New York State as well as offices in Naples, Florida and Overland Park, Kansas.