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Lessons from the Lawsuit That Could Shake Up the Esports Industry

USA - June 21 2019 The esports industry has been rapidly growing since its inception in the 1990’s. Viewership numbers for esports championship games exceed that of the...

Ronnie Shou, Michael L. Stevens.

Another Freedom of Speech Win For The Fantasy Sports Industry

USA - November 8 2018 Late last month, in Daniels v. Fan Duel, Inc., et ano, Case No. 18S-CQ-001344, 2018 WL 52575775 (Ind. Oct. 24, 2018), the Indiana Supreme Court sided...

Michelle Mancino Marsh, Glenn C. Colton, Jennifer O’Sullivan, Melissa A. Trenk.

A Proactive Approach to Dealing with Misconduct in Sports: Defense is the Best Offense

USA - August 20 2018 In today’s instant news environment, headlines are abuzz with different types of misconduct in the sports industry. These issues range from sexual...

Robert L. Capers, Glenn C. Colton, Jennifer O’Sullivan, Maidie E. Oliveau, Temitope K. Yusuf.

Anthony Lupo & Richard Brand: What Retailers Can Learn from Sports Naming Rights & Sponsorship Deals

USA - April 10 2018 In sports, naming rights and sponsorships name the game, with brands signing multimillion dollar deals to claim key points of consumer visibility...

Anthony V. Lupo.

Back in the Game: NLRB General Counsel Says That Scholarship Football Players at Private Universities Are Employees Under the NLRA

USA - February 6 2017 On January 31, 2017, the General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board released an official memorandum declaring that scholarship football...

Alexandra M. Romero, Michael L. Stevens.