Irwin spoke to CNBC's American Greed about sports memorabilia fraud, and discussed how authenticators can help mitigate some of the uncertainty in collecting.
Irwin spoke with Lawline.com on what distribution platforms are associated with over-the-top services.
Irwin was interviewed by A.M Best TV about the range of risks and insurance coverage available at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.
What makes or breaks a sport’s eligibility to be part of the Olympics and win the approval of the International Olympic Committee? Irwin Kishner joined The Wall Street Journal’s Lunch Break to discuss.
Irwin spoke to Asset TV’s Gillian Kemmerer about the process for sports joining the Olympic games, the IOC’s criteria for choosing such sports, and surfing’s path toward making the Tokyo 2020 games.
Irwin and Sports Business Journal executive editor Abe Madkour discuss investments being made by professional teams to improve the fan experience, investor interest in overseas teams, and how young lawyers can pursue a career in sports law.
Highlights from a Lawline CLE course “Buying and Selling Professional Sports Franchises,” where Irwin delves into the unpredictable pricing of professional sports teams, and some factors that go into team valuations.
Matthew Futterman of The Wall Street Journal moderated Herrick’s daily fantasy sports seminar, featuring PJT Partners’ Don Cornwell, Draftpot founder Joey Levy, and Herrick partners Irwin Kishner and Daniel Etna.
Irwin Kishner spoke to Bloomberg Rainmakers about advising Yankee Global Enterprises in its joint venture with Manchester City to form Major League Soccer’s 20th franchise, New York City FC.