2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 70. Schools
§70-821.94. Prohibited conduct.
A. An athlete agent, with the intent to induce a student-athlete to enter into an agency contract, shall not:
1. Give any materially false or misleading information or make a materially false promise or representation;
2. Furnish anything of value to a student-athlete before the student-athlete enters into the agency contract; or
3. Furnish anything of value to any individual other than the student-athlete or another registered athlete agent.
B. An athlete agent shall not:
1. Initiate contact with a student-athlete unless the athlete agent is currently registered pursuant to the Uniform Athlete Agents Act;
2. Refuse or fail to retain or permit inspection of the records required to be retained by Section 821.93 of this title;
3. Fail to register when required by Section 821.84 of this title;
4. Provide materially false or misleading information in an application for registration or renewal of registration;
5. Predate or postdate an agency contract; or
6. Fail to notify a student-athlete before the student-athlete signs or otherwise authenticates an agency contract for a particular sport that the signing or authentication may make the student-athlete ineligible to participate as a student-athlete in that sport.
C. An athlete agent is prohibited from any contact with a student-athlete who is not eligible to enter into a professional-sports-services contract. For the purposes of this subsection, “contact” shall not include general promotional brochures.
D. The Attorney General or a district attorney may bring an action to prosecute any civil or criminal actions as provided by this act. The Attorney General or a district attorney may also bring an action to recover actual damages, expenses, restitution, disgorgement of all compensation, consideration, gifts or profits, and penalties attributed to or flowing from a violation of this act.
Added by Laws 2003, c. 375, § 14, eff. Jan. 1, 2004. Amended by Laws 2009, c. 222, § 2, eff. Nov. 1, 2009; Laws 2011, c. 211, § 5, eff. Nov. 1, 2011.