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Youth Sports-Related Concussion Laws Are Inadequate

Youth Sports-Related Concussion Laws Are Inadequate »

By: Elliot Reese

The dangers of sports-related concussions have increasingly become a national health concern. Media attention surrounding the recent class-action

Does the Proposed Sports Betting Legislation Have the Same Commandeering Problem as Murphy v. NCAA?

Does the Proposed Sports Betting Legislation Have the Same Commandeering Problem as Murphy v. NCAA? »

By: Michael Shaffer

A newly introduced federal sports betting bill would allow the federal government to veto the state sports betting

Music Modernization Act: Copyright Law Finally Begins to Catch Up With the Digital Age

Music Modernization Act: Copyright Law Finally Begins to Catch Up With the Digital Age »

By: Stetson Biggs

            Musicians often struggle to obtain fair compensation because internet streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music frequently fail

“Choose Your Own Adventure” on the Path to Genericide

“Choose Your Own Adventure” on the Path to Genericide »

By: Marisa McNally

Chooseco LLC (“Chooseco”) filed a complaint in Vermont district court on January 11, 2019, against Netflix, Inc. (“Netflix”)

TicketDisaster: How Allegations of Collusion Has Landed Ticketmaster in Hot Water

TicketDisaster: How Allegations of Collusion Has Landed Ticketmaster in Hot Water »

By: Nicholas Spear

Ticket supplier and industry leader, Ticketmaster, was accused of colluding with third party ticket sellers to boost company

Roughing the Passer: Protecting the Quarterback at All Costs

Roughing the Passer: Protecting the Quarterback at All Costs »

By: Erika Weiler

            On Sunday, September 23 the Green Bay Packers traveled to Landover, Maryland to take on the Washington

A Change in the Wind: How the Inconsistency of the NCAA is Affecting Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

A Change in the Wind: How the Inconsistency of the NCAA is Affecting Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts »

By: Seth Myers

On September 14th, 2018, Hurricane Florence hit the United States.[1]  Throughout the next five days, Florence

Domestic Violence in the NHL: Is No Policy Really the Best Policy?

Domestic Violence in the NHL: Is No Policy Really the Best Policy? »

By: Jacob Wiese

            Reports surrounding Nashville Predators forward Austin Watson have many sports fans questioning why there is an apparent

Abolishing Student Athlete Pay Caps Could Spell Trouble for College Sports

Abolishing Student Athlete Pay Caps Could Spell Trouble for College Sports »

By: Zach Beals

On September 4, 2018, a U.S. District Court judge in Oakland, California began a bench trial between the