Members of the Sports & Entertainment Law Section found the following recent third-party articles to be of potential interest to the Section.
Connecticut Takes Major Step Toward Fantasy Sports Legalization
LA Lakers Not Entitled to Insurance Coverage for Violation of TCPA, Ninth Circuit Holds
Tax Reform: Focus on the Sports Industry
Kaye v. Cartoon Network, Inc.
Esplanade Productions, Inc. v. The Walt Disney Company
No Parlay for Pirates: FCC Turns Up the Heat on Dozens of Alleged Pirate Radio Operators
Ohio Couple Gronked Again
Twentieth Century Fox Television v. Empire Distribution, Inc.
Montel Williams Aims Pot Shot at Cannabis Trademark Infringers
Nevada’s Gaming Policy Committee Convenes To Discuss Marijuana and the Gaming Industry
December FCC Meeting to be an Important One for Broadcasters and Other Media Companies
Reframe the Game: A Winning Paradigm for Mediating Sports Cases
Tokyo 2020 Adopts Proactive Stance on ‘Fake News’: A New Reality of Running Major Events
IOC Brings eSports to Pyeongchang and Confirms eSports ‘Could’ Be a Sport: What Does This Mean For the Sporting Landscape As We Know It?
Key Considerations in Maximizing a Celebrity Brand
Game Over For Tax-Exempt Financing Of Professional Sports Stadiums?
Ineligible Coach On The Field – Assessing Whether Restrictions Are Enforceable In Contracts
Activision Fighting Dog Poop Cleaning Service Named ‘Call of DooDee’
Sex, Golf and the FTC
LuLaRoe Sales Structure Clashes With Official Retailers
Phantom Craigslist Ads Lure Consumers, Says FTC
Holy First Amendment Rights, Batman
Disney Sues Redbox For Selling Digital Movie Codes
Developer in Spat With Katy Perry Worth Millions, Jury Hears
Disney Slams Characters for Hire for Tarnishing the Disney Image
Where Credit’s Due: Budweiser Goes The Cool And Funny Route On Microbrewery’s ‘Dilly Dilly’ Craft IPA
Like Most Sports Controversies, the Supreme Court Gambling Case Is About Money and Control
Justices Unclear On Power Divide in N.J. Sports Betting Case
Sports Gambling Gets Its Day at the Supreme Court
National Sports Gambling Coming, It Will Be Good For Colleges and NCAA Needs To Be Ready
After Schiano: Lessons For Athletic Directors from Tennessee’s Coaching Search