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Casey Schwab
USC Gould School of Law

Casey Schwab

Lecturer in Law

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699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: December 11, 2017




Casey Schwab serves as vice president of Business and Legal Affairs for NFL Players Incorporated, the licensing and marketing business of the NFL Players Association. In that role, Schwab leads all business and legal initiatives for the company, including negotiating with the NFL and key partners such as Electronic Arts, Nike, Fanatics, VISA, Microsoft, Pepsi and others. He is also the business affairs head for Athlete Content & Entertainment LLC (ACE Media), a media company focused on delivering athlete lifestyle content across all media, as well as the OneTeam Collective, the first ever athlete-driven startup accelerator built in collaboration with Kleiner Perkins, Harvard, Intel Capital and others.

Schwab has experience as a lecturer in law at USC Gould, where he created and launched a course called “Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Online Dispute Resolution.” He is an alumnus of Gould (2013) and the USC Mediation Clinic, where he mediated cases across Los Angeles County. Before moving to Washington, D.C. in June of 2017, Schwab lived in Los Angeles, most recently working for FOX Sports and before that NFL Media.
  

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