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Oklahoma State University

JOHN HOLDEN

JOHN HOLDEN

Department of Management
Associate Professor

331 BUSINESS BUILDING
STILLWATER, OK 74074
Phone: 405-744-8604

john.holden@okstate.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph D, Florida State University., Sport Management, 2016
  • Other, University of Ottawa, Law, 2011
  • JD, Michigan State University, Law, 2010
  • MS, Florida State University, Sport Management, 2007
  • BA, Concordia University, Political Science, 2006

Publications

  • John T. Holden, Thomas A Baker III, and Joanna Wall Tweedie. "The Collective Conundrum". Oklahoma Law Review (Forthcoming).
  • Kathryn Kisska-Schulze, John T. Holden, and Corey Ciocchetti. "Brute Force (Anti) Federalism". American Business Law Journal (Forthcoming).
  • Joanna Tweedie and John T. Holden. (2022). "A Legal Perspective on Match-Fixing". New York: Routledge.
  • John T. Holden, Marc Edelman, and Michael A. McCann. (2022). "A Short Treatise on College-Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Rights: How America Regulates College Sports’s New Economic Frontier". Georgia Law Review. (57), 1, 1-78.
  • Joanna Tweedie, Rebecca Rosenthal, and John T. Holden. (2022). "Doping in Esports". New York: Routledge. (1),
  • John T. Holden. (2022). "Is Sports Betting in Oklahoma Inevitable?". Oklahoma Bar Journal. (98), 8, 6-10.
  • John T. Holden, Marc Edelman, Thomas A Baker III, and Andrew G. Shuman. (2022). "Reimaging the Governance of College Sports After Alston". Florida Law Review.
  • Greg Day, John T. Holden, and Mills. (2022). "Fraud on Any Market". Indiana Law Journal. (97), 2, 659-706.
  • Becky Harris and John T. Holden. (2022). "Reshaping College Athlete Sports Betting Education". Brigham Young University Law Review.
  • Marc Edelman, Adam Wandt, and John T. Holden. (2022). "U.S. Fantasy Sports Law: Fifteen Years after UIGEA". Ohio State Law Journal.
  • Lucas Loafman and John T. Holden. "Stepping Up to the Plate: Minor Leaguers Attempt to Remedy Their Unconscionable Plight". American Business Law Journal (Forthcoming).
  • John T. Holden, Marc Edelman, and Keith C. Miller. "Legalized Sports Wagering in America". Cardozo Law Review (Forthcoming).
  • Kimberly Houser and John T. Holden. (2022). "Navigating the Non-Fungible Token". Utah Law Review. (2022), 5,
  • John T. Holden. (2022). "The Emergence of Single-Game Sports Betting in Canada". Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. (32), 2, 198-213.
  • Lindsey Darvin, John T. Holden, Janelle Wells, and Thomas A. Baker III. (2021). "Breaking The Glass Monitor: Examining the Underrepresentation of Women in Esports Environments". Sport Management Review.
  • Marc Edelman, Thomas A. Baker III, John T. Holden, and Rebecca Rosenthal. (2021). "Esports and the Law". American Bar Association.
  • Marc Edelman and John T. Holden. (2021). "Monopolizing Sports Data". William & Mary Law Review. (63), 1,
  • John T. Holden and Kimberly A. Houser. (2021). "Taboo Transactions: Selling Athlete Biometric Data ". Florida State University Law Review. (49),
  • John T. Holden and Kathryn Kisska-Schulze. (2021). "Taxing Sports". American University Law Review. (71),
  • Marc Edelman, Thomas A. Baker III, John T. Holden, and Andrew G Shuman. (2021). "Exploring College Sports in the Time of COVID-19: A Legal, Medical, and Ethical Analysis ". Michigan State University Law Review. (2021),
  • John T. Holden, Marc Edelman, and Thomas A. Baker III. (2021). "Global Sports Leagues and China’s Free Speech Problem ". Tulane Law Review.
  • John T. Holden and Marc Edelman. (2021). "Regulating Vice: From Marijuana to Sports Gambling ". University of Illinois Law Review. (2021),
  • John T. Holden and MArc Edelman. (2020). "A Short Treatise on Sports Gambling and the Law: How America Regulates Its Most Lucrative Vice ". Wisconsin Law Review.
  • John T. Holden and Mike Schuster. (2020). "Copyright and Joint Authorship as a Disruption of the Video Game Streaming Industry". Columbia Business Law Review.
  • Christopher M. McLeod, John T. Holden, and Joshua I. Newman. (2020). "Agency on Trial in Daily Fantasy Sport". Journal of Sport and Social Issues.
  • Kathryn Kisska-Schulze and John T. Holden. (2020). "Betting on Education". Ohio State Law Journal.
  • John T. Holden, Thomas A. Baker III, and Marc Edelman. (2020). "The E-Too Movement: Fighting Back Against Sexual Harassment in Electronic Sports". Arizona State Law Journal.
  • John T. Holden. (2020). "Through the Wire Act". Washington Law Review.
  • John T. Holden, Marc Edelman, and Thomas A Baker III. (2020). "A Short Treatise on Esports and the Law: How America Regulates Its Next National Pastime". Illinois Law Review. (2020),
  • John T. Holden. (2020). "Regulating Sports Wagering". Iowa Law Review.
  • John T. Holden, Christopher M. McLeod, and Marc Edelman. (2020). "Regulatory Categorization and Arbitrage: How Daily Fantasy Sports Companies Navigated Regulatory Categories Before and After Legalized Gambling". American Business Law Journal.
  • John T. Holden. (2020). "Editor's Note: The Sports Gambling (anti) Federalist Papers". Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. (30), 2,
  • John T. Holden, Thomas A. Baker III, and Marc Edelman. (2020). "College Football In the Time of COVID-19". Wisconsin Law Review Forward. (2020),
  • John T. Holden and Mike Schuster. (2019). "The Sham of Integrity Fees in Sports Betting". New York University Journal of Law & Business .
  • Christopher McLeod, John T. Holden, Matthew Hawzen, and Tarlan Chahardovali. (2019). "Atypical Work and Labor Influx in Sport Events: A Doctrinal and Empirical Inquiry.". Sport Management Review. (22), 4, 527-539.
  • John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg. (2019). "Modern Day Bucket Shops? Fantasy Sports and Illegal Exchanges.". Texas A & M Law Review. (6), 3, 619-651.
  • Tarlan Chahardovali, Neal C Ternes, and John T. Holden. (2019). "Non-Citizens, The First Amendment, and Stadium Speech". Michigan State International Law Review. (27), 2, 283-304.
  • John T. Holden. (2019). "Prohibitive Failure: The Demise of the Ban on Sports Betting.". Georgia State University Law Review . (35), 2, 329-386.
  • John T. Holden and Thomas A. Baker III. (2019). "The Econtractor? Defining the Esports Employment Relationship". American Business Law Journal. (56), 2, 391-440.
  • John T. Holden and Joanna Wall Tweedie. (2019). "The National Football League: Action versus Activism.". Oregon Law Review. (97), 2, 397-424.
  • Sam C Ehrlich and John T. Holden. (2019). "Throwing the Book at Irresponsible Coaches: The Need For Consistent Pitch Limit Laws in Amateur Sports". Hofstra Law Review. (47), 2, 527-561.
  • John T. Holden, Anatasios Kaburakis, and Joanna Wall Tweedie. (2019). "Virtue (al) games—real drugs". Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. (13), 1, 19-32.
  • Thomas Baker III and John T. Holden. (2018). "College Esports: A Model for NCAA Reform.". South Carolina Law Review. (70), 55-85.
  • John T. Holden, Anastasios Kaburakis, and Ryan M. Rodenberg. (2018). "Esports: Children, stimulants and video‐gaming‐induced inactivity". Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. (54), 8, 830-831.
  • John T. Holden. (2018). "Ghosts in the Machine: How Corrupters Manipulate Games that Never Happened". Gaming Law Review. (22), 10, 630-634.
  • John T. Holden. (2018). "Trifling and Gambling with Virtual Money". UCLA Entertainment Law Review. (25), 41-96.
  • John T. Holden. (2018). "The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and the Exemption for Fantasy Sports.". Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. (28), 1, 97-117.
  • John T. Holden and Simon Brandon-Lai. (2017). "Advertised Incentives for Participation in Daily Fantasy Sports Contests in 2015 and 2016: Legal Classification and Consumer Implications.". Entertainment and Sports Law Journal. (15), 1-13.
  • Ryan Rodenberg and John T. Holden. (2017). "Cognition Enhancing Drugs (‘Nootropics’): Time To Include Coaches and Team Executives in Doping Tests.". British Journal of Sports Medicine. (51), 1316. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095474.
  • John T. Holden and Christopher McLeod. (2017). "Ecological Economics and Sport Stadium Public Financing.". William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review. (41), 581.
  • John T. Holden, Anastasios Kaburakis, and Ryan Rodenberg. (2017). "Esports Corruption: Gambling, Doping and Global Governance.". Maryland Journal of International Law. (32), 1, 236-273.
  • John T. Holden and Sam Ehrlich. (2017). "Esports, Skins Betting, and Wire Fraud Vulnerability.". Gaming Law Review: Economics, Regulation, Compliance, and Policy. (21), 566-574.
  • John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg. (2017). "Lone-Wolf Match-fixing: Global Policy Considerations.". International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. (9), 137.
  • John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg. (2017). "Sports Betting Has An Equal Sovereignty Problem". Duke Law Journal Online. (67), 1,
  • Christopher McLeod and John T. Holden. "Steady-State Economics and Stadiums: Using the Date of Ecological Maturity to Conceptualize and Govern Sport Facility Construction. In Brian P. McCullough & Timothy B. Kellison (Eds.) Routledge Handbook on Sport, Sustainability, and the Environment.". New York: Routledge: . 429-442.
  • John T. Holden, Anastasios Kaburakis, and Ryan Rodenberg. (2017). "The Future is Now: Esports Policy Considerations and Potential Litigation.". Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. (27), 46-78.
  • John T. Holden and Christie et al.. (2017). "Brief of Amicus Curiae – Researcher John T. Holden, Christie et al. v. NCAA et al.". United States Supreme Court. (16-476, 477),
  • John T. Holden and Stephen Murphy. (2016). "Big Debate: Does the Merger between FanDuel and DraftKings make Strategic Sense.". EGR Magazine.
  • Yoojung Rhee, Simon Brandon-Lai, and John T. Holden. (2016). "Aggrieved Fans, Consumer Demand & Another Deflategate Lawsuit.". Sports Litigation Alert. (13), 19.
  • John T. Holden, Will Green, and Ryan Rodenberg. (2015). "Daily Fantasy, Tipping, and Wire Fraud". Gaming Law Review & Economics. (21), 8.
  • Anastasios Kaburakis, Ryan Rodenberg, and John T. Holden. (2015). "Inevitable: Sports Gambling, State Regulation, and the Pursuit of Revenue.". Harvard Business Law Review Online. (5), 27.
  • Ryan Rodenberg, John T. Holden, and Asa Brown. (2015). "Real-Time Sports Data and the First Amendment.". Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts. (11), 63.
  • John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg. (2015). "The Sports Bribery Act: A Law and Economics Approach.". Northern Kentucky Law Review. (42), 453.
  • John T. Holden, Anastasios Kaburakis, and Ryan Rodenberg. (2015). "Occam’s Razor and Sports Wagering Law.". Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law Online Digest.
  • John T. Holden. (2014). "North American Sports Leagues and Gambling Policy: A Comparative Analysis.". International Sports Law Journal. (14), 242.
  • John T. Holden. (2014). "Owning Shares of Athletes and the 13th Amendment.". Mississippi Sports Law Review. (3), 153.
  • John T. Holden, Anastasios Kaburakis, and Ryan Rodenberg. (2014). "Sports Gambling Regulation and Your Grandfather (Clause).". Stanford Law & Policy Review Online. (26), 1.
  • Ryan Rodenberg, Anastasios Kaburakis, and John T. Holden. (2014). "“Whose” Game Is It? Sports- Wagering and the Intellectual Property Clause.". Villanova Law Review Tolle Lege. (60), 1.
  • Ryan Rodenberg, Anastasios Kaburakis, John T. Holden, and Christie et al.. (2014). "Brief of Amici Curiae – Ryan M. Rodenberg, Anastasios Kaburakis & John T. Holden, Christie et al. v. NCAA et al.". United States Supreme Court. (13-967, 979, 980 ),
  • Ryan Rodenberg and John T. Holden. (2013). "A Sure Thing? Online Gaming and Casinos within Canada.". Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum. (3), 98.
  • John T. Holden. (2013). "End Game? New Proposed Florida High School Drug Testing Plan may Test the Limits of Supreme Court Rulings.". Sports Litigation Alert. (10), 16.
  • John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg. (2013). "Whistleblower: Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, and the US False Claims Act.". World Sports Law Report. (11), 4.
  • John T. Holden. (2013). "End Game? New Proposed Florida High School Drug Testing Plan may Test the Limits of Supreme Court Rulings.". Legal Issues in High School Athletics.

Academic, Military, and Professional Positions

  • Oklahoma State University, Associate Professor, July 2022
  • Oklahoma State University, Assistant Professor, School of Business, August 2018 - July 2022
  • Florida State University, Visiting Scholar, Department of Sport Management, 2016 - 2018
  • Camporese Sullivan DiGregorio, PA, 2012 - 2013
  • Financial Services Commission of Ontario, May 2009 - July 2009
  • Senate of Canada, May 2008 - July 2008

Courses Taught

  • LSB 3011 (1 Semester)
  • LSB 3213 (20 Semesters)
  • MGMT 3963 (5 Semesters)
  • LSB 3010 (1 Semester)