Members of the Sports & Entertainment Law Section found the following recent third-party articles to be of potential interest to the Section.

Risky Wager – The Hidden Liability Of March Madness Office Pools

Woman Who Won $560M Powerball Jackpot Sues For Anonymity 

Sources: College Hoops Corruption Case Poised To Take Down Hall Of Fame Coaches, Top Programs, Lottery Picks

NCAA Head Coaches Beware: You Are ‘Presumptively’ Responsible For Acts Of Assistant Coaches, Administrators 

This Week In Sports Law: Arkansas State V. Miami, Basketball Corruption, Josh Pastner Lawsuit 

Super Bowl’s Richest Players Find Extra Burden From Jock Tax

New York Fashion Week Models Finally Get Private Dressing Space

Sun, Sand And… Collective Bargaining? Beach Volleyballers Form Players’ Association 

Pyeongchang 2018: No Thaw In Frosty Relationship Between The NHL And The IOC

Luxury Tax In Football, What Can The NBA Teach Us?

Popular Uptown Bar In Charlotte Sued By Major Music Publishers 

Court Shakes Off Dumb Copyright Lawsuit Against Taylor Swift

Judge Awards Graffiti Artists $6.7M In Suit Against Building Owner Who Whitewashed Their Art

John Cena Fights To Dismiss Ford Suit Over Flipped GT

Winter Olympics, Shaun White & Judging In Sports: Does Perfection Exist? 

International Olympics Committee Only Wants You To Share Content It Approves

Judge Rules News Publishers Violated Copyright By Embedding Tweets Of Tom Brady Photo

Changes To Consumer Rights Act 2015 To Offer Great Protection To Consumers In Secondary Ticket Market

Where Is The Line? Options For Professional Leagues And Teams Facing On-Field Player Social Activism

‘This Is Us’ — A Few Thoughts On Personal Responsibility After Jack Pearson’s Death

Another Uptown Charlotte Night Spot Sued By Music Publishers

Nike Defeats Appeal Over Iconic Michael Jordan Photo, Jumpman Logo 

Supreme Court To Decide Future Of Sports Betting: Implications For Tribal Casinos

Sivero V. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.

Broadcasts And Promotions Related To The 2018 Olympic Games In Pyeongchang

An Analysis Of The DCMS Select Committee Report: ‘Combatting Doping In Sport’ – Part 1 “Knowledge And Prevalence Of Doping In World Athletics”

The Phantomlord Strikes Back! 

FTC Brings Its Thirtieth COPPA Case, Against Online Talent Agency