SEL Section – Articles of Interest (June 2020)

Members of the Sports & Entertainment Law (“SEL”) Section found the following recent third-party articles to be of potential interest to the Section. Feel free to reach out to the SEL Section communications chair, Kelly Ryan, if you would like to submit either personally written pieces or other third-party articles that would be of interest to the entire SEL Section members.

Back to Business: Hollywood Producers Navigate the Choppy Waters of Reopening Plans and Labor Relations

Cheating in esports: Lessons to learn from the Formula E Racing at Home Challenge

Conducting Your Way Through Music Licensing: The Most Common Issues

NBA answers a number of questions about season resumption

Ohio State University Requires COVID-19 Risk Waiver Execution Before Allowing Return to Voluntary Workouts

As the Entertainment Industry Gets Back to Business, COVID-19 Compliance Officers to Have a Starring Role

Florida Senator Rubio Introduces Federal Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation

The postponement of Tokyo 2020: Sponsor perspectives

Universities and Professional Sports Franchises Face Potential Of Unintended Legal Exposure For Well-Intentioned Employment Decisions

Women’s Sport in lockdown: Rugby’s next phase