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The Damage From Mega-Sporting Events In Brazil, J. Justin Woods Jul 2015

The Damage From Mega-Sporting Events In Brazil, J. Justin Woods

Pace Law School Student Publications

Over the past several years, Brazil’s federal government and the city and state governments of Rio de Janeiro have invested tens of billions of dollars to develop the transportation, stadium, tourist, communications and security infrastructure required to host the 2007 Pan American Games, 2014 World Cup, and 2016 Summer Olympics. As Brazil seeks to use these mega- sporting events to assert itself as a major economic player on the word stage, its strategy demonstrates how hosting mega-events serves to attract regional and global capital, and to reinforce unequal power structures at the expense of the public treasury, environmental quality ...


Is Cricket Taxing? The Taxation Of Cricket Players In India, Rishi Shroff Jun 2014

Is Cricket Taxing? The Taxation Of Cricket Players In India, Rishi Shroff

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum

This Essay examines the taxation of crickets in the context of Indian law. It examines the concept of non-resident “star” companies created by Indian cricketers as a mechanism to avoid the taxation of their global income in India.


A Sure Thing? Online Gaming And Canada, Ryan M. Rodenberg, John T. Holden May 2013

A Sure Thing? Online Gaming And Canada, Ryan M. Rodenberg, John T. Holden

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum

The legal status of gaming activities on First Nations land within Canada is complicated. The foci of this paper are two-fold. First, we trace the origin and expansion of First Nations gaming. Second, we analyze the potential of First Nations as hubs for the growing global e-gaming industry, with an emphasis on Internet poker and online sports wagering. We conclude by positing that the Canadian regulatory scheme presents an opportunity to First Nations in connection with e-gaming.


Football V. Football: A Comparison Of Agent Regulation In France’S Ligue 1 And The National Football League, Thomas A. Baker Iii, Darren A. Heitner, Jean Francois Brocard, Kevin K. Byon Apr 2012

Football V. Football: A Comparison Of Agent Regulation In France’S Ligue 1 And The National Football League, Thomas A. Baker Iii, Darren A. Heitner, Jean Francois Brocard, Kevin K. Byon

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum

Baker, Heitner, Broçard and Byon, in their article Football v. Football, analyze agent regulation in the NFL and compare it to how agents are regulated in France for Ligue 1. The article begins with a brief discussion on the concept of a sports agency that includes analysis of governmental regulation of agency in both the United States and in France. The article continues by exploring how agents are regulated in their representation of the NFL and Ligue 1 football players. Subsequently the article concludes with a discussion that includes suggestions concerning future agent regulation for both the NFL and Ligue ...