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Are They Pirates Or Pioneers?, Ashley Song 2017 University of Pennsylvania (2012)

Are They Pirates Or Pioneers?, Ashley Song

Hyein Ashley Song Ms.

Korea has the perceptive corruption level lower than the Western countries and shares the common appetite for the cultural products with the Japanese, often regarding Japanese more noble or superior and Westerns even more. Based on this sentiment, the ‘license musicals’ which have been bilaterally purchased from the West are popularly consumed in Korea. The paper calls this is not the cultural business, but the “self-confined cripples’ money party based on the informational deceptions.” The Korean licensee who has fueled the staggering production in the US transforms to the businessmen, caster, and producer in Korea . The licensed dramatico-musical transforms to ...


Philadelphia And Sports Law, Adam Epstein, Brian Halsey 2016 Central Michigan University

Philadelphia And Sports Law, Adam Epstein, Brian Halsey

Adam Epstein

From birth to death and from race to Rocky, one would be hard-pressed to demonstrate that a city has had more of a cultural and legal impact on sports generally and sports law specifically than the city of Philadelphia. The purpose of this article is to introduce Philadelphia-based cases and incidents that have influenced sports law, sometimes at a national level. This piece serves historical, legal and pedagogical purposes, and we hope it will also serve as a springboard to further research regarding the City of Brotherly Love. Tort law and the criminal law are the most prevalent cases within ...


Free Speech & Disparaging Trademarks, Ned Snow 2016 University of South Carolina School of Law

Free Speech & Disparaging Trademarks, Ned Snow

Boston College Law Review

Speech law has silenced trademark. In In re Tam, the Federal Circuit ruled that the First Amendment requires Congress to grant trademark protection for disparaging speech. More specifically, the Federal Circuit held unconstitutional the provision of the Federal Lanham Act that denies trademark protection for marks that disparage. The Federal Circuit’s ruling, however, is not the final word on the issue. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Tam case. This Article argues against the Federal Circuit decision. As illustrated by the five different opinions from the en banc panel, the complexities of speech law easily lead to ...


Fielding A Team For The Fans: The Societal Consequences And Title Vii Implications Of Race-Considered Roster Construction In Professional Sport, N. Jeremi Duru 2016 Temple University

Fielding A Team For The Fans: The Societal Consequences And Title Vii Implications Of Race-Considered Roster Construction In Professional Sport, N. Jeremi Duru

N. Jeremi Duru

Part I examines Title VII, its history, and the prospect of its application in the race-considered roster construction context. Part II engages the phenomenon of race-considered roster construction and explores its persistence in the post-civil rights era, primarily through historical examination of Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox and the National Basketball Association’s Boston Celtics, two professional sports organizations for years associated with racially imbalanced rosters. This part also explores the consequences unique to employment discrimination in the race-considered roster construction context. Part III examines the applicability of Title VII doctrine to race-considered roster construction, exploring the factors ...


A Primer On U.S. Intellectual Property Rights Applicable To Music Information Retrieval Systems, Michael W. Carroll 2016 American University Washington College of Law

A Primer On U.S. Intellectual Property Rights Applicable To Music Information Retrieval Systems, Michael W. Carroll

Michael W. Carroll

Digital technology has had a significant impact on the ways in which music information can be stored, transmitted, and used. Within the information sciences, music information retrieval has become an increasingly important and complex field. This brief article is addressed primarily to those involved in the design and implementation of systems for storing and retrieving digital files containing musical notation, recorded music, and relevant metadata – hereinafter referred to as a Music Information Retrieval System (“MIRS”). In particular, this group includes information specialists, software engineers, and the attorneys who advise them. Although peer-to-peer computer applications, such as Napster’s MusicShare or ...


Enhanced Protections For Geographical Indications Under Trips: Potential Conflicts Under The U.S. Constitutional And Statutory Regimes, David Snyder 2016 Selected Works

Enhanced Protections For Geographical Indications Under Trips: Potential Conflicts Under The U.S. Constitutional And Statutory Regimes, David Snyder

David Snyder

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Helping Give Back The Night: A Male Perspective, David Jaffe 2016 Selected Works

Helping Give Back The Night: A Male Perspective, David Jaffe

David Jaffe

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Let's Not Go Crazy: Why Lenz V. Universal Music Corp. Undermines The Notice And Takedown Process Of The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Mareasa M. Fortunato 2016 University of Georgia School of Law

Let's Not Go Crazy: Why Lenz V. Universal Music Corp. Undermines The Notice And Takedown Process Of The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Mareasa M. Fortunato

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

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I Want My Mp3: Legal And Policy Barriers To A Legitimate Digital Music Marketplace, Shane Wagman, Future of Music Coalition 2016 University of Georgia School of Law

I Want My Mp3: Legal And Policy Barriers To A Legitimate Digital Music Marketplace, Shane Wagman, Future Of Music Coalition

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

The Future of Music Coalition (FMC) has provided a voice in Washington, D.C. for musicians since 2000. One of our principal beliefs is that creation, both artistic and technological, is valuable and that artists deserve to be compensated for their work. The amount of this compensation and the mechanisms to facilitate payment are, of course, subject to contracts, market value, and other factors, some experimental or technological in nature. FMC also believes that music fans should be able to lawfully access the music they want without undue barriers or restrictions. Needless to say, finding the appropriate balance between creators ...


The Constitutionality Of The Appointment Of Copyright Royalty Judges By The Librarian Of Congress Under The Appointments Clause, John P. Strohm 2016 Johnson Barton Proctor & Rose LLP

The Constitutionality Of The Appointment Of Copyright Royalty Judges By The Librarian Of Congress Under The Appointments Clause, John P. Strohm

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Reconciling Social Norms And Copyright Law: Strategies For Persuading People To Pay For Recorded Music, Mark F. Schultz 2016 Southern Illinois University School of Law

Reconciling Social Norms And Copyright Law: Strategies For Persuading People To Pay For Recorded Music, Mark F. Schultz

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


The Promise And Peril Of Collective Listening, Whitney Broussard 2016 University of Georgia School of Law

The Promise And Peril Of Collective Listening, Whitney Broussard

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Digital-Age Claims For Old-World Rights, Joseph M. Beck, Allison M. Scott 2016 University of Georgia School of Law

Digital-Age Claims For Old-World Rights, Joseph M. Beck, Allison M. Scott

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

No abstract provided.


Exclusive Groove: How Modern Substantial Similarity Law Invites Attenuated Infringement Claims At The Expense Of Innovation And Sustainability In The Music Industry, Mark Kuivila 2016 University of Miami Law School

Exclusive Groove: How Modern Substantial Similarity Law Invites Attenuated Infringement Claims At The Expense Of Innovation And Sustainability In The Music Industry, Mark Kuivila

University of Miami Law Review

As of 2015, the American entertainment market was worth about $600 billion, and it is projected to substantially exceed that figure in coming years. The global entertainment industry is worth about $2 trillion, meaning the U.S. is responsible for over a quarter of total global entertainment revenue. These statistics illustrate the staggering impact of the American entertainment industry on the global markets for film, television, and music. The American music industry is particularly dominant in its global market, earning half of world-wide sync revenues and accounting for nearly a third of all global music revenue. Entertainment is clearly the ...


140 Characters Or Less: A Look At Morals Clauses In Athlete Endorsement Agreements, Lauren Rosenbaum 2016 DePaul University

140 Characters Or Less: A Look At Morals Clauses In Athlete Endorsement Agreements, Lauren Rosenbaum

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

No abstract provided.


From The Octagon To The Courtroom: The Right To Fight, Subaltern, Cosmopolitanism, And Public Interest Litigation As A Tool For Mixed Martial Arts As A Community/Cultural Normative System, Sara Gwendolyn Ross 2016 DePaul University

From The Octagon To The Courtroom: The Right To Fight, Subaltern, Cosmopolitanism, And Public Interest Litigation As A Tool For Mixed Martial Arts As A Community/Cultural Normative System, Sara Gwendolyn Ross

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

No abstract provided.


The No-Fantasy League: Why The National Football League Should Ban Its Players From Managing Personal Fantasy Football Teams, Michael B. Engle 2016 DePaul University

The No-Fantasy League: Why The National Football League Should Ban Its Players From Managing Personal Fantasy Football Teams, Michael B. Engle

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

No abstract provided.


Running With The Law: Copyright And Trademark Issues Every Race Director Must Consider, John Carl Zwisler 2016 DePaul University

Running With The Law: Copyright And Trademark Issues Every Race Director Must Consider, John Carl Zwisler

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

No abstract provided.


Northwestern's Football Players: Unified Team Or Unionized Regime? An Analysis On The Collective Bargaining Rights Of Student-Athletes, Kassie Lee Richbourg 2016 DePaul University

Northwestern's Football Players: Unified Team Or Unionized Regime? An Analysis On The Collective Bargaining Rights Of Student-Athletes, Kassie Lee Richbourg

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, 2016 DePaul University

Table Of Contents

DePaul Journal of Sport Law

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