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Spotify’s Fight Over Mechanical Royalty Rights

Spotify’s Fight Over Mechanical Royalty Rights »

By: Selene Presseller

 

2018 could shape up to be a monumental year for Spotify and the music industry as whole.

Legal Consequences of the Greg Schiano-Tennessee Incident

Legal Consequences of the Greg Schiano-Tennessee Incident »

By: Jeff Solloway

 

On November 26, 2017, the University of Tennessee Volunteers hired Ohio State defensive coordinator, Greg Schiano, to

Did Mark Wahlberg Provide Actresses the Ammo Needed to Sue for Equal Pay?

Did Mark Wahlberg Provide Actresses the Ammo Needed to Sue for Equal Pay? »

By: Marsha Durr

 

Many current headlines in Hollywood are dominated by gender issues. Claims of sexual misconduct appear daily, and

Todd Graham’s Buyout and the Myth of the “Broke” Athletic Department

Todd Graham’s Buyout and the Myth of the “Broke” Athletic Department »

By: Cameron Miller

 

When Arizona State let go of head football coach Todd Graham in the wake of a Territorial

NCAA Internationalization: Antitrust Perspectives

NCAA Internationalization: Antitrust Perspectives »

By: Cameron Miller

 

In remarks made to the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics on October 30, NCAA President Mark Emmert

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled?

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled? »

By: Michael Boehringer

 

Recently, in the news and other media outlets, there has been a lot of talk about the

Federal Investigation Uncovers Scandal in College Basketball

Federal Investigation Uncovers Scandal in College Basketball »

By: Evann Waschuk

 

Last Tuesday, college basketball made headlines after the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New

Collectively Bargaining the National Anthem into Sports Leagues

Collectively Bargaining the National Anthem into Sports Leagues »

By: Zubin Kottoor

 

“The Star-Spangled Banner” playing before the start of a sporting event has been a staple of American

NFL Franchise Relocation and the Business of Loyalty

NFL Franchise Relocation and the Business of Loyalty »

By: Seth Lee

On June 16, 2008, thousands of Sonics fans gathered outside of a US Federal Courthouse in Seattle to

Strange (or Perfect) Bedfellows: The NCAA and FBI.

Strange (or Perfect) Bedfellows: The NCAA and FBI. »

By: Cameron Miller

The NCAA endured its fair share of scandals of recent memory. The sordid Jerry Sandusky saga at Penn