Sports & Entertainment Law Section: September Articles of Interest

By Various Authors

UPDATE: California Senate Bill 206 Moves Closer To Becoming Law

Emojis Have Unsettled Grammar Rules (and Why Lawyers Should Care)

Even Kirk Herbstreit Thinks THE Ohio State Is Being THE Silliest With Its ‘THE’ Trademark Application

Football, gambling and advertising: The opposite of a young man’s game

USPTO Gets One Right: Refuses To Allow Farmers Market To Trademark City’s Nickname

THE Obvious Conclusion To Ohio State’s Stupid Trademark Application

California Assembly Passes SB 206 –Next Stop, Governor Newsom’s Desk

The California Legislature Has Spoken-Will Governor Newsom Make Senate Bill 206 Law?

California Senate Bill 206-The Immediate National Impact

Kanye West Dumps Quinn Emanuel in Music Rights Row with EMI

LeBron James Tries To Trademark ‘Taco Tuesday,’ Proving He Understands Trademarks Better Than Ohio State

Michael Jordan selling large chunk of Hornets; won’t give up majority control

Whose data is it anyway? Part 1 – Hull City fan caught up in the tangled-web of football data

New York Senate Bill To Require Student Athletes To Share In University Ticket Revenue

James Woods Avoids Defamation Liability for a Tweet

University of Wisconsin-Madison Expands Student-Athlete Discipline Policy

Are Paparazzi Images Fair Game for Social Media?

California governor Gavin Newsom signs Fair Pay to Play Act alongside LeBron on ‘The Shop’

Cal Football: Pac-12 Comes Out Against New California Law

Rams Want Supreme Court to Weigh In on NFL Relocation