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An Unexpected Result Of Gender Equality Initiatives In Sports - The Sexualization Of Female Athletes, Renalia DuBose 2022 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

An Unexpected Result Of Gender Equality Initiatives In Sports - The Sexualization Of Female Athletes, Renalia Dubose

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

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Labor & Employment Law Guidance For Professional Sports Teams, Christopher R. Deubert 2022 Marquette University Law School

Labor & Employment Law Guidance For Professional Sports Teams, Christopher R. Deubert

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Think Like Adidas: A Quantitative Analysis Of Adidas' Trademark Protection Strategies, Katie M. Brown, Natasha T. Brison 2022 Marquette University Law School

Think Like Adidas: A Quantitative Analysis Of Adidas' Trademark Protection Strategies, Katie M. Brown, Natasha T. Brison

Marquette Sports Law Review

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College Football: Proposals For Structural Reform And Antitrust Implications, Drew Thornley 2022 Marquette University Law School

College Football: Proposals For Structural Reform And Antitrust Implications, Drew Thornley

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Bosman And Beyond: How A Court Decision A Quarter Century Ago Impacted Football On And Off The Pitch, James J. Wold 2022 Marquette University Law School

Bosman And Beyond: How A Court Decision A Quarter Century Ago Impacted Football On And Off The Pitch, James J. Wold

Marquette Sports Law Review

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It's (Not) All Par For The Course: An In-Depth Analysis Of The Pga's Controversial Nonprofit Status, Laurel C. Montag 2022 Marquette University Law School

It's (Not) All Par For The Course: An In-Depth Analysis Of The Pga's Controversial Nonprofit Status, Laurel C. Montag

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pros And Kahns: The Proper Coach Liability Standard For Athlete Injuries In Collegiate Athletics, Mark R. Hamilton Jr. 2022 Marquette University Law School

Pros And Kahns: The Proper Coach Liability Standard For Athlete Injuries In Collegiate Athletics, Mark R. Hamilton Jr.

Marquette Sports Law Review

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We've Got Spirit, But Now We Want Rights Too!, Sara A. Thurber 2022 Marquette University Law School

We've Got Spirit, But Now We Want Rights Too!, Sara A. Thurber

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2022 Marquette University Law School

Table Of Contents

Marquette Sports Law Review

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The Ethics Of Sign Stealing In College Football, Joshua D. Winneker, Ian Silfies 2022 Marquette University Law School

The Ethics Of Sign Stealing In College Football, Joshua D. Winneker, Ian Silfies

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Intersection Of Trademark Law, Athletes, And Money: A "Three-Peat®", Abby R. Glaus 2022 Marquette University Law School

The Intersection Of Trademark Law, Athletes, And Money: A "Three-Peat®", Abby R. Glaus

Marquette Sports Law Review

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The Path To Employee Status For College Athletes Post-Alston, Tyler J. Murry 2022 Vanderbilt University Law School

The Path To Employee Status For College Athletes Post-Alston, Tyler J. Murry

Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law

College athletics are in a state of flux following the Supreme Court’s decision in NCAA v. Alston. While student athletes can now earn money from their name image and likeness (NIL) through endorsement deals, the NCAA and its member schools can still exploit college athletes to earn billions of dollars. To remedy this injustice, courts should classify student athletes as employees under the Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to compensate these students for their work. Whether student athletes should be eligible for minimum wage and employment benefits has been a hot-button topic in the legal community for many years. Fortunately, …


A New Methodology For The Analysis Of Visuals In Legal Works, Michael D. Murray 2022 University of Kentucky, J.D. Rosenberg School of Law

A New Methodology For The Analysis Of Visuals In Legal Works, Michael D. Murray

FIU Law Review

The goal of this Article is to introduce a comprehensive methodology for the analysis of visuals used for communication in legal works, by which I mean transactional and litigation documents, legal instruments, primary and secondary sources of law, and legal informational materials. To date, the scholarship on visuals in legal communications has been heavily descriptive, with some forays into the ethical and practical considerations of the use of “visualized” legal works. No one has yet devised a comprehensive analytical methodology that draws upon the disciplines of visual literacy, visual cultural studies, visual rhetoric, and mise en scène analysis to evaluate …


2021 Annual Survey: Recent Developments In Sports Law, Abby R. Glaus 2022 Marquette University Law School

2021 Annual Survey: Recent Developments In Sports Law, Abby R. Glaus

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Abby R. Glaus 2022 Marquette University Law School

Index: Sports Law In Law Reviews And Journals, Abby R. Glaus

Marquette Sports Law Review

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United Skates: A Call For Leisure Justice For Black Urban Adult Roller Skaters, Regina Austin 2022 Marquette University Law School

United Skates: A Call For Leisure Justice For Black Urban Adult Roller Skaters, Regina Austin

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Blood, Sweat, Tears: A Re-Examination Of The Exploitation Of College Athletes, Keely Grey Fresh 2022 Washington and Lee University School of Law

Blood, Sweat, Tears: A Re-Examination Of The Exploitation Of College Athletes, Keely Grey Fresh

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

2021 Louise Halper Award Winner for Best Student Note

The unrest revolving around compensation for college athletes is not a new concept. However, public attitudes are shifting. With spirited arguments on both sides, and the recent Supreme Court decision of National Collegiate Athletic Association v. Alston regarding antitrust exemptions, the issue has been placed in a spotlight. This Note examines the buildup of discontentment through the history of the NCAA and amateurism, specifically how the term “student-athlete” became coined. It will then move to litigation efforts by athletes in an attempt to gain employment status, and an alternative route of …


De-Gentrified Black Genius: Blockchain, Copyright, And The Disintermediation Of Creativity, Tonya M. Evans 2022 Penn State Dickinson Law

De-Gentrified Black Genius: Blockchain, Copyright, And The Disintermediation Of Creativity, Tonya M. Evans

Faculty Scholarly Works

In a 2016 acceptance speech during the Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards, actor and activist Jesse Williams used the phrase “gentrifying our genius” to refer to the insidious process of misappropriating the cultural and artistic productions of Black creators, inventors, and innovators. In that speech, he poignantly and unapologetically condemned racial discrimination and cultural misappropriation. This Article chronicles the nefarious history of the creative disempowerment of creators of color and then imagines an empowering future for those who successfully exploit their creations by fully leveraging copyright ownership and transfer termination. To that end, I reference the considerable scholarship of Professor …


Tinkering With The Schoolhouse Gate: The Future Of Student Speech After Mahanoy Area School District V. B.L., Victoria R. Bonds 2022 LMU Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Tinkering With The Schoolhouse Gate: The Future Of Student Speech After Mahanoy Area School District V. B.L., Victoria R. Bonds

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

When the Supreme Court last created a rule about students’ First Amendment rights, MySpace was the most popular social media platform. Students’ use of social media and technology has radically changed since then, and it is time the First Amendment case law reflects that. With the transition to online learning after the COVID-19 pandemic and overall increased reliance on technology, students need clear answers about when school officials can punish them for their social media posts.

The Supreme Court had a chance to clarify First Amendment student speech law this year in Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L., but …


One Too Many Sticks For The Trademark Bundle? The Unintended Consequences Of Luxury Brands’ Push For A Post-First Sale Authentication Right, Betina A. Baumgarten 2022 Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School

One Too Many Sticks For The Trademark Bundle? The Unintended Consequences Of Luxury Brands’ Push For A Post-First Sale Authentication Right, Betina A. Baumgarten

Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

The unprecedented and exponential growth of resale is both a rose and a thorn to the luxury market. Some fashion brands construe resale as an opportunity to diversify and expand their client base; while others, who firmly subscribe to a luxury philosophy grounded in exclusivity, believe resale threatens everything from their brand allure to their very existence. Indeed, when Chanel declared that “[o]nly Chanel itself can know what is genuine Chanel,” it opened Pandora’s box by providing far more than a peek into its litigation strategy. Chanel’s declaration all but declared war on the secondary resale market in not only …


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