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“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow

“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow »

By Brendan Alan Melander

It’s Sunday, the fifth day of February 2017. There’s no National holiday, but family and friends all

The Blurred Line Between Advocacy and Incitement

The Blurred Line Between Advocacy and Incitement »

By: Justin Gowan

Americans enjoy a unique privilege not shared by a majority of the world—the ability to publicly criticize the

Captain America’s Shield and Trade Secrets?

Captain America’s Shield and Trade Secrets? »

By: Snehashish Sadhu

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War ends with the Captain forfeiting his shield to Iron Man. But what is

Censorship or Law Against Hollywood Age Discrimination?

Censorship or Law Against Hollywood Age Discrimination? »

By: Yvonne Tindell

 

On September 24, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will require subscription-based entertainment websites to remove or

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on a Case That Will Decided the Future of Offensive and Disparaging Trademarks

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on a Case That Will Decided the Future of Offensive and Disparaging Trademarks »

By: Adam Shelton

 

This past week the United State Supreme Court heard oral arguments regarding whether part of the Lanham Act was

Locker Room Talk? Not in Their Locker Rooms.

Locker Room Talk? Not in Their Locker Rooms. »

By: Shelby Anderson

At the second presidential debate, the phrase of the night was ‘locker room talk’.[1]  Just forty-eight hours before

Effective Political Expression By Sports Organizations: A Cursory Analysis on the Reactions to North Carolina’s Bathroom Law House Bill 2

Effective Political Expression By Sports Organizations: A Cursory Analysis on the Reactions to North Carolina’s Bathroom Law House Bill 2 »

By: Tim Lauxman

Roughly $180 million.[1] That’s a (rough) estimate of economic loss from sporting events being canceled or moved from

Winning a Medal; the Only Way to get Paid for Play According to the NCAA

Winning a Medal; the Only Way to get Paid for Play According to the NCAA »

By: Alexa DuMity

 

Over 1,000 student-athletes competed at the Rio Olympics in 2016.[1] This included current and incoming student-athletes.

NCAA Faces Further Legal Trouble

NCAA Faces Further Legal Trouble »

By: Colette Phelps

August has not only brought the start of the long awaited college football season for the National Collegiate Athletic Association

Forensics Meets Music

Forensics Meets Music »

By: Amena Khestchin-Kamel

 

The Question

The question when it comes to plagiarism in the Music Industry is can judges and jurors really