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Fight Terror, Not Twitter: Insulating Social Media From Material Support Claims, Nina I. Brown Oct 2016

Fight Terror, Not Twitter: Insulating Social Media From Material Support Claims, Nina I. Brown

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Playing Around Hart And Keller's Full-Court Press: Designing A Federal Compulsory Licensing Regime For Rights Of Publicity That Enables Developers And Compensates Rights Holders, Will Bucher Oct 2016

Playing Around Hart And Keller's Full-Court Press: Designing A Federal Compulsory Licensing Regime For Rights Of Publicity That Enables Developers And Compensates Rights Holders, Will Bucher

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Twelfth Round: Will Boxing Save Itself?, Katherine Figueroa Apr 2016

The Twelfth Round: Will Boxing Save Itself?, Katherine Figueroa

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Online Gaming And The Pay-To-Win Problem: Legal Deterrence Or Industry Self-Regulation?, Simone Darakjian Apr 2016

Online Gaming And The Pay-To-Win Problem: Legal Deterrence Or Industry Self-Regulation?, Simone Darakjian

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

No abstract provided.


Stripping Down A Victory For Adult Entertainment: Showtime Entertainment, Llc V. Town Of Mendon, Ethan Bond Apr 2016

Stripping Down A Victory For Adult Entertainment: Showtime Entertainment, Llc V. Town Of Mendon, Ethan Bond

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

No abstract provided.


You'll Never Work In This Town Again: Employment, Economics, And Unpaid Internships In The Entertainment And Media Industries, Mark R. Swiech Jan 2016

You'll Never Work In This Town Again: Employment, Economics, And Unpaid Internships In The Entertainment And Media Industries, Mark R. Swiech

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review

No abstract provided.