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2015 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 University of Notre Dame

2015 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

Annual Hearings Charts

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2017 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 Notre Dame Law School

2017 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

Annual Hearings Charts

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2012 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 University of Notre Dame

2012 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

Annual Hearings Charts

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2011 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 University of Notre Dame

2011 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

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2010 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 University of Notre Dame

2010 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

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2018 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds 2018 University of Notre Dame

2018 Arbitration Hearings Chart, Edmund P. Edmonds

Annual Hearings Charts

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Fair Use Avoidance In Music Cases, Edward Lee 2018 Chicago-Kent College of Law

Fair Use Avoidance In Music Cases, Edward Lee

Boston College Law Review

This Article provides the first empirical study of fair use in cases involving musical works. The major finding of the study is surprising: despite the relatively high number of music cases decided under the 1976 Copyright Act, no decisions have recognized non-parody fair use of a musical work to create another musical work, except for a 2017 decision involving the copying of a narration that itself contained no music (and therefore might not even constitute a musical work). Thus far, no decision has held that copying musical notes or elements is fair use. Moreover, very few music cases have even ...


2018 Masthead, 2018 Berkeley Law

2018 Masthead

Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law

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Lessons From Hollywood Cybercrimes: Combating Online Predators, Robert Kang 2018 Berkeley Law

Lessons From Hollywood Cybercrimes: Combating Online Predators, Robert Kang

Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law

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Little Bits Can’T Be Wrong: The De Minimis Doctrine In The Context Of Sampling Copyright-Protected Sound Recordings In New Music, Christopher J. Norton 2018 Berkeley Law

Little Bits Can’T Be Wrong: The De Minimis Doctrine In The Context Of Sampling Copyright-Protected Sound Recordings In New Music, Christopher J. Norton

Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law

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How To Protect Orphan Film, Yinghua Li 2018 Berkeley Law

How To Protect Orphan Film, Yinghua Li

Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law

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Protecting Defamatory Fiction And Reader-Response Theory With Emphasis On The German Experience, Henry Ordower 2018 Saint Louis University

Protecting Defamatory Fiction And Reader-Response Theory With Emphasis On The German Experience, Henry Ordower

Henry M. Ordower

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Screening Justice In "The Accused" (1988), Sherri L. Burr 2018 University of New Mexico - Main Campus

Screening Justice In "The Accused" (1988), Sherri L. Burr

Sherri L. Burr

Screening Justice is designed to tell the complex story of law through an exploration of forty films focusing upon courtroom dramas, social issues and questions of justice. These motion pictures are evaluated by distinguished scholars who, using a range of narrative styles, compare the law on the screen and the law in action. The work serves as a guide to understanding law, the rhetoric of law and images of justice. The book will introduce readers to new films as well as help create new perspectives on familiar classic movies.


Remnants Of Net Neutrality: Policing Unlawful Content Through Broadband Providers, Aaron Lerman 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Remnants Of Net Neutrality: Policing Unlawful Content Through Broadband Providers, Aaron Lerman

Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law

The 2015 Open Internet Order, released by The Federal Communication Commission (FCC), introduced sweeping, new rules that promised to preserve an equal and open Internet to consumers. These rules, otherwise known as “Net Neutrality,” prohibited broadband and internet service providers from impairing, blocking, or throttling access to “lawful content” online. But with a new administration and agenda, the FCC’s 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom Order repealed Net Neutrality. Since then, various states have pushed back against the repeal, with some adopting their own versions of the 2015 Open Internet Order’s Net Neutrality, keeping most of the rule language intact ...


Passing The Baton: The Effect Of The International Olympic Committee's Weak Anti-Doping Laws In Dealing With The 2016 Russian Olympic Team, Saroja Cuffey 2018 Brooklyn Law School

Passing The Baton: The Effect Of The International Olympic Committee's Weak Anti-Doping Laws In Dealing With The 2016 Russian Olympic Team, Saroja Cuffey

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

Following the investigation of a Russian state-sponsored doping ploy prior to the Olympic Games in Rio 2016; the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided against a blanket ban of the Russian Olympic team. Instead; it allowed athletes’ individual international federations to decide whether Russian athletes could compete. In following the various anti-doping laws in place; the IOC sought to protect and give justice to clean athletes around the world. This Note argues that they did not achieve this result; due to the anti-doping laws in place and the actors applying these laws. It suggests that there should be a universal anti-doping ...


Hollywood’S Red Dawn: China’S Restrictions On American Film, Taylor Shortal 2018 University of Missouri School of Law

Hollywood’S Red Dawn: China’S Restrictions On American Film, Taylor Shortal

The Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review

The Chinese film market has undergone unprecedented expansion in the past 17 years. As North American box office revenues drop, Hollywood film studios often rely on the Chinese market to balance the costs of blockbuster films. However, Beijing maintains strict regulations on China’s film imports, including annual quotas on the number of foreign films released, and limits on the share of grosses. Hollywood studios can receive from their films, and content censorship based on Communist Party directives. Many of these regulations are designed to incentivize Hollywood studios to co-produce films with Chinese companies. Through co-production agreements, Beijing anticipates that ...


Doping Appeals At The Court Of Arbitration For Sport: Lessons From Essendon, David Mahoney 2018 Boston College Law School

Doping Appeals At The Court Of Arbitration For Sport: Lessons From Essendon, David Mahoney

Boston College Law Review

In recent years, there has been an increase in the growth of the sports industry globally. With it has come the growth of global sports arbitration. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (“CAS”), created in part because of the increase in sport-related arbitration, is designed to promote efficiency and uniformity in the resolution of disputes. Despite the noteworthy objectives of the CAS, recent developments, such as the supplement scandal surrounding the Essendon Football Club of the Australian Football League, highlight the pressure that endures between individual athletes and sport governing bodies. This pressure is especially clear in instances where athletes ...


Sports Betting, Federalism And The Constitution, John M. Greabe 2018 University of New Hampshire School of Law

Sports Betting, Federalism And The Constitution, John M. Greabe

Law Faculty Scholarship

[Excerpt] Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has described federalism - how the Constitution divides powers between the federal government and the states - as "perhaps our oldest question of constitutional law."

This past week, the United States Supreme Court returned to this oldest of constitutional questions to strike down a federal law that had prohibited stats from authorizing betting on competitive sporting events.


Brief Of Amici Curiae Intellectual Property Law Professors, Mark McKenna, Rebecca Tushnet, Yvette Joy Liebesman, John A. Conway 2018 Notre Dame Law School

Brief Of Amici Curiae Intellectual Property Law Professors, Mark Mckenna, Rebecca Tushnet, Yvette Joy Liebesman, John A. Conway

Court Briefs

Untethered to a sufficient public policy interest, right of publicity claims have exploded nationwide. Plaintiffs have asserted claims against inspirational plaques featuring civil rights icons, Rosa and Raymond Parks Inst. for Self Dev. v. Target Corp., 812 F.3d 824 (11th Cir. 2016),artwork commemorating significant events, Moore v. Weinstein Co., LLC, 545 Fed. App’x. 405 , 407 (6th Cir. 2013); ETW Corp. v. Jireh Publ’g, Inc., 332 F.3d 915 (6th Cir. 2003), Wikipedia edits that truthfully connected an astronaut with the watch he wore on his Moon walk, Scott v. Citizen Watch Co. of Am., Inc., 17-CV-00436-NC ...


You Play Ball Like A Girl: Cultural Implications Of The Contact Sports Exemption And Why It Needs To Be Changed, Michelle Margaret Smith 2018 Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

You Play Ball Like A Girl: Cultural Implications Of The Contact Sports Exemption And Why It Needs To Be Changed, Michelle Margaret Smith

Cleveland State Law Review

Women in the United States have historically earned significantly less income per year compared to their male counterparts. In 2014, the pay discrepancy was at its lowest point with women earning seventy-nine cents per every dollar men earned. This discrepancy exists even though women now attain college degrees at a higher rate than men and make up 47% of the labor force. In sports, the pay discrepancy is even greater. At the professional level, women earn as little as 1.2% of what their male counterparts earn. This Note addresses how changing the contact sports exemption in Title IX to ...


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