A spate of recent decisions highlights the intersection of different forms of intellectual property rights when the names, likenesses and records of athletes are approved without the athletes' consen
... For decades, Major League Baseball contracts contained a standard "reserve clause" that gave team...
...Appointed Kenneth L. Shropshire joined Major League Baseball's On-Field Diversity Task Force. The...
I have observed throughout my career that many of the most successful lawyers I know either play sports or have an athletic background. In last month's column, five characteristics of athletes that m
In July 1993, when I joined The Legal Intelligencer, the economy was still recovering from a recession, health care and gay rights were divisive issues and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was embroile
...v. Kuhn, the 1972 case in which the court upheld Major League Baseball's antitrust exemption as an "established aberration" that needed...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
William Lee had just checked into his hotel room in Texarkana, Ark., on April 15 when he switched on the television and saw the carnage near Boston's Copley Square. The Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale a
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...comment on the decision Friday. The NFL, NHL, NBA, Major League Baseball and the NCAA sued the state last year, and the NCAA...
...Third Circuit's 2004 opinion in Major League Umpires Association v. American League of Professional Baseball Clubs. "In this...
More than a year after federal agents arrested 14 people accused in a cyberattack on PayPal, the high-profile prosecution has ground to a standstill over the handling of computers seized in the inves
Originally Published: The Recorder
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