Carlos Hornbrook on Name, Image, Likeness (NIL)

Will Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) implode college sports? Our Podcast Living Legend  discusses NIL the problems facing student-athletes, their families, universities and alumni.  LSU (and many public universities) window for competing for a conference championship could be less than three years. Download his article below.

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Count Time Podcast Living Legend Carlos Hornbrook

Carlos Hornbrook on Name, Image, Likeness (NIL)


Selected quotes and notes from Count Time Podcast with LD Azobra Interview with Carlos Hornbrook on Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) Download Article Below

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Carlos J Hornbrook is Managing Partner at The Hornbrook Law Firm. Born in Ecuador, he has a BA in history from Louisiana State University, Juris Doctorate from the Southern University Law Center, and a Masters in Taxation from the University of Florida. He  has had over twenty years of experience as a stockbroker and financial advisor. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Louisiana and is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association.
Good evening. Good evening. Good evening it’s 4:00 PM. Stand up it’s count time, time for every man and woman to stand up and be counted. Welcome to another edition of Count Time podcast. I am brother LD Azobra. Thank you for joining us today.

Now, we gonna be rolling here today. We gonna be we gonna give some insight, some good information to help a lot of young brothers and sisters who not quite familiar with what’s going on and very few are familiar with what’s going on, but I have a dear friend here, colleague, a brother, confidant, everything you could imagine. I like to welcome him to Count Time, tax attorney Carlos Hornbrook.

I appreciate it, I’m glad to be here.

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I got to give you a little background on Carlos. he’s a former player of LSU, graduate of LSU, and so, so much more. He still to this day, mean a lot to LSU because he’s a major, major supporter of LSU. He was a walk on and he was Hispanic. That was an unusual combination at Louisiana State University. They were just getting used to the black players coming up. Now the Spanish people show up.

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But I tell you what, I was always treated nice with respect. Like I tell everyone the best thing I ever did was walk on at LSU, because most of my friends are guys on the team this day. I mean, 40 years later, you know, those guys that were teammates of mine are still my good friends. So to be able to get that kind of gift to me, I was fortunate, I got to tell everybody I was fortunate to be on that team.

Hornbrook, C. (2023, January 19). The Reasons that the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) May Implode College Football.

  • The Current NIL Environment
  • Possible NIL Tax Ramifications for Athletes and Families
  • Possible Legal Ramifications of Nonpayment of NIL Taxes
  • Recommendations to NCAA Athletic Conferences regarding NIL
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