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Student or Athlete?: A Look at the NCAA’s Plan to Compensate Athletes for the use of their NIL

Student or Athlete?: A Look at the NCAA’s Plan to Compensate Athletes for the use of their NIL »

By: Daniel Keiser

The issue of how college athletes will be compensated beyond the traditional “cost-of-attendance” scholarships has come into clearer focus in

International Free Speech and FIFA’s Efforts to Curb Discrimination in Football

International Free Speech and FIFA’s Efforts to Curb Discrimination in Football »

By: Evan Stele

The nation of Israel is no stranger to discrimination in international sports.[1] There is no better example of this than

Too Good to be True: The Regulation of Intersex Athletes’ Testosterone Levels

Too Good to be True: The Regulation of Intersex Athletes’ Testosterone Levels »

By: Noah Shanholtzer

Intersex athletes’ participation in professional competitions has long been a controversy in the sports world. Specifically, women with the “46

UCLA v. Under Armour – Is COVID-19 A Valid Reason To End A Sponsorship Agreement?

UCLA v. Under Armour – Is COVID-19 A Valid Reason To End A Sponsorship Agreement? »

By: Katie Warren

COVID-19 has brought a lot of change to our world. In these uncertain times, stores have closed, people have been

CHANGING THE GAME? A NEW PATENT SHAKES UP THE BASEBALL SABERMETRICS COMMUNITY

CHANGING THE GAME? A NEW PATENT SHAKES UP THE BASEBALL SABERMETRICS COMMUNITY »

By: Emily Parker

Baseball sabermetrics have grown increasingly popular over the last few years.[1] Sabermetrics refers to “the use of statistical analysis

Call for Papers

Call for Papers »

The Arizona State Sports and Entertainment Law Journal has issued a Call for Papers. Please read the attached document for

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