The states listed in red have enacted UAAA legislation.
The Uniform Athlete Agents Act (UAAA) is a model state law that provides a means of regulating the conduct of athlete agents.
In most cases, the UAAA, as enacted, requires an athlete agent to register with a state authority, typically the Secretary of State, in order to act as an athlete agent in that state.
During the registration process, an athlete agent must provide important background information, both professional and criminal in nature.
In addition to Louisiana, the UAAA has been passed in 40 other states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Three more states have non-UAAA laws in place designed to regulate agents.