Articles of Interest

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

Supreme Court Finds Cheerleading Uniform Designs Copyrightable –

New Calif. Law Will Change Youth Sports Concussion Cases –

Court of Appeals Rules that Over-the-Top Video Service is Not a Cable System Entitled to Statutory License to Retransmit TV Station Programming –

Bridging the gap – the highs and lows of the salary landscape in women’s sport –

April Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – Quarterly Issues Programs Lists and Children’s Television Reports, Incentive Auction Closing Notice, AM Translator Site Relocation Relaxation Effective Date –

Agents Convicted for Smuggling Cuban Baseball Players –

Washington Post Article Highlights Alleged Improper Drug Practices By NFL Teams –

U.S. Women’s Hockey Team “Dropping the Gloves” for Pay Equity –

FCC Releases Draft Order to Reinstate UHF Discount at April 20 Meeting – A New Round of TV Consolidation? –

THE LATEST: Antitrust Umps Throw Out Information Exchanges Relating To LA Dodgers Broadcast Rights –

Defamation Law Series: California Court of Appeal SLAPPS Several Claims Asserted Against Boxer Floyd Mayweather –

New Jersey Fantasy Sports Regulations Coming Soon? –

Nevada Leads the Way on Esports Wagering –