Notice to athletic director regarding contact with student athlete
(1) As used in this section, “communicating or attempting to communicate” means contacting or attempting to contact by an in-person meeting, a record or any other method that conveys or attempts to convey a message.
(2) Before communicating or attempting to communicate with a student athlete or, if the athlete is a minor, a parent or guardian of the athlete, an athlete agent shall provide written notice to the athletic director of the educational institution at which the student athlete is enrolled. Notice provided under this subsection must state that the athlete agent intends to communicate with:
(a) The athlete or, if the athlete is a minor, a parent or guardian of the athlete, to influence the athlete or parent or guardian to enter into an agency contract; or
(b) Another individual to have that individual influence the athlete or, if the athlete is a minor, the parent or guardian of the athlete to enter into an agency contract.
(3) Within 10 days after a communication or attempt to communicate with an athlete agent is initiated by a student athlete or another individual on behalf of the athlete, the agent shall provide written notice to the athletic director of any educational institution at which the athlete is enrolled.
(4) The written notice required by this section may be delivered personally or by registered or certified mail, electronic mail, facsimile or other electronic means.
(5) An educational institution that becomes aware of a violation of ORS 702.005 (Definitions) to 702.065 (Uniformity of law), 702.991 (Criminal penalties) and 702.994 (Civil penalties) by an athlete agent shall notify the Department of Education and any professional league or players association with which the institution is aware the agent is licensed or registered of the violation. [2013 c.54 §3; 2017 c.113 §7]
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