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The NCAA Seeks Help From Congress on Student-Athlete Compensation

The NCAA Seeks Help From Congress on Student-Athlete Compensation »

By: Jason Kaczala

On February 11th, 2020, nearly a dozen senators held a hearing to discuss the current status of collegiate athletic player

Agency-Affiliated Production Companies: A Re-telling of a 1960s Hollywood Classic?

Agency-Affiliated Production Companies: A Re-telling of a 1960s Hollywood Classic? »

By: Brandon Drea

Since April 2019, the Writers Guild and the Association of Talent Agencies (ATA), have been in a standoff surrounding the

Why Fox Media Failed to Trademark the Phrase “OK Boomer”

Why Fox Media Failed to Trademark the Phrase “OK Boomer” »

By: Keaton Brown

In early February of 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) denied the trademark application of Fox Media

Antitrust Claim for Sunday Ticket Against the NFL and DirecTV

Antitrust Claim for Sunday Ticket Against the NFL and DirecTV »

By: Grant Welbourn

The NFL and DirecTV filed a writ for certiorari on February 10th after the 9th Circuit found that the exclusive rights between

Look What You Made Taylor Swift Do

Look What You Made Taylor Swift Do »

By: Seema Patel

The bad blood between Taylor Swift and Ithaca holdings continues. On November 14, 2019, Swift tweeted that Scott Borchetta, who

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew:  Copyright Law Needs Reform

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew: Copyright Law Needs Reform »

By: Jennifer Martin

In August 2019, YouTube filed a lawsuit in Nebraska against Christopher Brady, alleging that Brady has abused YouTube’s copyright strike

Growing ‘Trust Issues a Concern for U.S. Soccer, FIFA?

Growing ‘Trust Issues a Concern for U.S. Soccer, FIFA? »

By: Brandon Wurl

The United States Soccer Federation (“U.S. Soccer or USSF”) is no stranger to antitrust lawsuits. In 2017, the North American

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions »

By: Rachel Moss

Six notes are all it takes to be an infringer. Recently, a jury found that popstar Katy Perry’s 2013 song,

Ariana Grande’s Right to Publicity Possibly Worth $10 Million

Ariana Grande’s Right to Publicity Possibly Worth $10 Million »

By: Jillian Bauman

Ariana Grande (“Grande”) filed suit in the Central District Court of California against retail giant Forever 21, Inc. (“Forever 21”)

Legal Obligations of Host Cities:  How Olympic Athletes Are Protected During the Olympic Games

Legal Obligations of Host Cities: How Olympic Athletes Are Protected During the Olympic Games »

By: Sarah Ericksen

The 2020 Summer Olympics are less than a year away and Tokyo has been preparing for the arrival of the