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Esports: Navigating the Sticky Landscape of Minor Contracts

Esports: Navigating the Sticky Landscape of Minor Contracts »

By: Tatianna Dunne

Esports has taken over internet gaming by establishing itself as an international sensation. The internet sport is capturing the minds

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

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

The Houston Astros Cheating Scandal and Its Aftermath

The Houston Astros Cheating Scandal and Its Aftermath »

By: Madison Stark

It was the cheating scandal that rocked the Houston Astros organization and sent shockwaves through Major League Baseball. What may

LSU Wins the Title, but Their Next Opponent is the NCAA

LSU Wins the Title, but Their Next Opponent is the NCAA »

By: Peter Stazzone

On January 15, 2019, Louisiana State University (LSU), acknowledged that student athletes on its football team received cash from NFL

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

Running Away from the NFLPA: Why NFL Running Backs Want to Form Their Own Union

Running Away from the NFLPA: Why NFL Running Backs Want to Form Their Own Union »

By: Christian Powell

A petition has been filed with the National Labor Relations Board by the International Brotherhood of Professional Running Backs to

In Re Get Paid: A Practical Decision Amidst All of the Student Athlete Compensation Chaos

In Re Get Paid: A Practical Decision Amidst All of the Student Athlete Compensation Chaos »

By: Andrew Jamison

One of the most prevalent tensions plaguing amateur athletics throughout the nation is the issue of how, why, when, and

The Patriots released Brown, but the conflict may be far from over

The Patriots released Brown, but the conflict may be far from over »

By: Kendra Penningroth

When the New England Patriots released Antonio Brown last month after two women accused him of sexual assault – the