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Precious And Worthless: A Comparative Perspective On Loot Boxes And Gambling, Andrew Vahid Moshirnia 2019 Chicago-Kent College of Law

Precious And Worthless: A Comparative Perspective On Loot Boxes And Gambling, Andrew Vahid Moshirnia

Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology

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The Eyes Of The World Are Watching You Now: Colin Kaepernick's Collusion Suit Against The Nfl, Matthew McElvenny 2019 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

The Eyes Of The World Are Watching You Now: Colin Kaepernick's Collusion Suit Against The Nfl, Matthew Mcelvenny

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Better Late Than Never: Why The Usoc Took So Long To Fix A Failing System For Protecting Olympic Athletes From Abuse, Alexandria Murphy 2019 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Better Late Than Never: Why The Usoc Took So Long To Fix A Failing System For Protecting Olympic Athletes From Abuse, Alexandria Murphy

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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When A College Coach's Agent Recruits The Coach's Players: Potential Legal And Ncaa Ramifications, Joshua Lens 2019 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

When A College Coach's Agent Recruits The Coach's Players: Potential Legal And Ncaa Ramifications, Joshua Lens

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Nfl 3-0 In Federal Appellate Court Challenges To Player Suspensions: A Pattern Of "Substantial Deference" To The Nfl Creates And Uphill Battle For Players, Kara Crawford 2019 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Nfl 3-0 In Federal Appellate Court Challenges To Player Suspensions: A Pattern Of "Substantial Deference" To The Nfl Creates And Uphill Battle For Players, Kara Crawford

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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The Road To Redemption: Chronicling Josh Gordon's Path To Reinstatement And Dissecting The Nfl's Substance Abuse Policy, Jacob Leyland 2019 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

The Road To Redemption: Chronicling Josh Gordon's Path To Reinstatement And Dissecting The Nfl's Substance Abuse Policy, Jacob Leyland

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2019 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

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Prohibitive Failure: The Demise Of The Ban On Sports Betting, John T. Holden 2019 Oklahoma State University - Main Campus

Prohibitive Failure: The Demise Of The Ban On Sports Betting, John T. Holden

Georgia State University Law Review

On May 14, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down the federal prohibition on sports gambling. The sweeping opinion, authored by Justice Alito, ended more than a twenty-fiveyear- old policy that kept states from offering sports gambling, which confined sports betting almost entirely to illegal underground markets. Indeed, the sports betting prohibition is largely responsible for the growth of the illegal sports gambling market, which is now one of America’s twenty largest industries. The challenge to the federal Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act was initially launched in 2012 when former U.S. Attorney and New ...


Rwu First Amendement Blog: Jared Goldstein's Blog: The First Amendment And The Foxy Lady 01-08-2019, Jared A. Goldstein 2019 Roger Williams University School of Law

Rwu First Amendement Blog: Jared Goldstein's Blog: The First Amendment And The Foxy Lady 01-08-2019, Jared A. Goldstein

Law School Blogs

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Masthead, 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Masthead

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

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Youtube, K-Pop, And The Emergence Of Content Copycats, Sam Quach 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Youtube, K-Pop, And The Emergence Of Content Copycats, Sam Quach

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

YouTube is the internet’s largest and most recognized video streaming platform; the website has millions of daily active users from all over the world and hosts billions of videos. With so much content being hosted on the website, YouTube has developed basic protocol when it comes to copyright issues, including a standardized system for dealing with copyright infringement. But with such a large audience and technology constantly growing and changing, YouTube is constantly faced with new problems. Among content on YouTube, Korean entertainment and pop music (commonly referred to as K-Pop) has quickly become one of the largest markets ...


Harvey Of Hollywood: The Face That Launched A Thousand Stories, Sara Khorasani 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Harvey Of Hollywood: The Face That Launched A Thousand Stories, Sara Khorasani

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

In the fall of 2017, the world was shaken by allegations of sexual misconduct against one of Hollywood’s high-powered movie moguls. The Harvey Weinstein scandal exposed countless accounts of sexual harassment and abuse, along with the settlement agreements that had kept them covered for decades. Since then, social movements have helped knock Harvey off his Hollywood throne and shed light upon a major concern plaguing the entertainment industry. This paper seeks to address how to effectively change an industry that has long bred a systemic culture of sexual harassment and discrimination. Under the accepted norms of Hollywood, victims of ...


Lost In A Novelty Mug: U.S. Telecom, The Fcc, And Policy Resolution For Net Neutrality, Christopher Terry, Scott Memmel, Ashley Turacek 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Lost In A Novelty Mug: U.S. Telecom, The Fcc, And Policy Resolution For Net Neutrality, Christopher Terry, Scott Memmel, Ashley Turacek

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

This paper traces the history of net neutrality and the judicial reviews of the Federal Communication Commission’s multiple attempts at regulation, including the agency’s 2006 guidelines overturned in Comcast v. FCC, the 2010 rules overturned in Verizon v. FCC, and the FCC’s reclassification of broadband in its 2015 net neutrality rules, as well as the contemporary battles over the agency’s decision in November of 2017 to repeal the 2015 rules. As the FCC continues to wrestle with net neutrality and open internet regulations, the agency engaged in a series of continuing delays to impede a potential ...


Mixed Messages: How The Free Press Has A Responsibility To We The People At The Marketplace Of Ideas, Addison O’Donnell 2019 University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Mixed Messages: How The Free Press Has A Responsibility To We The People At The Marketplace Of Ideas, Addison O’Donnell

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal

The Free Press makes possible a fair democracy. It exerts influence on our communities and our consciences, principally in the form of reporting facts through its account of events, endorsing certain viewpoints through editorials, and ultimately producing the “first rough draft of history.” How the public responds to the Free Press speaks to the historic and continued expectation that many different voices should present divergent messages and allow the people to decide which message is the truth. Risks taken by the Free Press in the name of truth enable the theory of our Constitution to endure by facilitating the unbridled ...


The Failure Of Soft Law To Provide An Equitable Framework For Restitution Of Nazi-Looted Art, Michael J. Birnkrant 2019 Washington University School of Law

The Failure Of Soft Law To Provide An Equitable Framework For Restitution Of Nazi-Looted Art, Michael J. Birnkrant

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

It is estimated that over 20% of the art in Europe was looted by the Nazi regime during World War II. Many pieces were taken by force from Jewish art dealers, and much of the property taken during this period of Nazi spoliation was never returned. Heirs of looted art are still filing claims for restitution in various courts, but the current global patchwork of statutes of limitations and the availability of the “good faith purchaser defense” in many jurisdictions can render proceedings confusing and unjust.

This note explores the current state of the law regarding repatriation of Nazi-looted art ...


Care For A Sample? De Minimis, Fair Use, Blockchain, And An Approach To An Affordable Music Sampling System For Independent Artists, Sean M. Corrado 2019 Fordham University School of Law

Care For A Sample? De Minimis, Fair Use, Blockchain, And An Approach To An Affordable Music Sampling System For Independent Artists, Sean M. Corrado

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

Thanks, in part, to social media and the digital streaming age of music, independent artists have seen a rise in popularity and many musicians have achieved mainstream success without the affiliation of a major record label. Alongside the growth of independent music has come the widespread use of music sampling. Sampling, which was once depicted as a crime perpetrated by hip-hop artists, is now prevalent across charttopping hits from all genres. Artists have used sampling as a tool to integrate cultures, eras, and styles of music while experimenting with the bounds of musical creativity. Artists whose works are sampled have ...


The Ncaa And The Irs: Life At The Intersection Of College Sports And The Federal Income Tax, Richard L. Schmalbeck, Lawrence A. Zelenak 2019 Duke Law School

The Ncaa And The Irs: Life At The Intersection Of College Sports And The Federal Income Tax, Richard L. Schmalbeck, Lawrence A. Zelenak

Faculty Scholarship

Few organizational acronyms are more familiar to Americans than those of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Although neither organization is particularly popular, both loom large in American life and popular culture. Because there is a tax aspect to just about everything, it should come as no surprise that the domains of the NCAA and the IRS overlap in a number of ways. For many decades, the strong tendency in those areas has been for college athletics to enjoy unreasonably generous tax treatment-sometimes because of the failure of the IRS to enforce the tax ...


To Select Your Roku Tv Input Using Go.Roku.Com/Selectinput, Sophia William 2018 University of California, San Francisco

To Select Your Roku Tv Input Using Go.Roku.Com/Selectinput, Sophia William

Sophia William

The go.roku.com/selectinput process is performed only once when you initially set up the hardware of the Roku. Call us @ +1-844-301-7120 for instant help.Further on the user can visit the go.roku.com/selectinput.
 


The Rearden Problem: Defining Ownership In A Changing Landscape, Jake Altobello 2018 University of Miami Law School

The Rearden Problem: Defining Ownership In A Changing Landscape, Jake Altobello

University of Miami Business Law Review

This paper will address the problem that is currently being confronted by the Walt Disney World Company; who owns the creative works made from software stolen from the original creator? Furthermore, does the court’s application of the “lion’s share” theory effectively further the Constitution’s intent to promote the growth of arts and sciences? By looking at the historical progression of intellectual property law and the holdings of key cases in copyright law, this paper will distill into a summary of key concerns the jurisprudence regarding associating property rights in intellectual property. By narrowing the key considerations of ...


The Sample Solution: How Blockchain Technology Can Clarify A Divided Copyright Doctrine On Music Sampling, Angelo Massagli 2018 University of Miami Law School

The Sample Solution: How Blockchain Technology Can Clarify A Divided Copyright Doctrine On Music Sampling, Angelo Massagli

University of Miami Business Law Review

This article will examine how blockchain technology can clarify the complex and inconsistent judicial approach to the copyright doctrine regarding music sampling. As it stands today, circuit courts are divided over how to handle copyright infringement stemming from unlicensed music sampling. The first approach is simple: if you want to sample, get a license. The second approach is more lenient and applies a de minimis standard that forces courts to make fact sensitive, case–by–case decisions regarding whether or not the sample of the original work is sufficient enough to be defined as an infringement. The reason for this ...


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