By: Alec Winshel Last month, Mona Awad and Paul Tremblay filed a lawsuit against OpenAI for infringement of their works. The complaint is another in a series of cases filed by Matthew Butterick and the Joseph Saveri Law Firm that mount legal challenges against companies … [Read more...] about Authors File Complaint Against OpenAI for Copyright Infringement
By: Ben Reichard The first Sunday kicking off the 2022 NFL season was just days away. Like millions of fans across the country, I was both hopeful and anxious for how my team would start the season. But I had another reason to be nervous: I couldn’t figure out a way … [Read more...] about The Future of NFL Broadcasting
By: Brandon McCoy The College Football Playoff (CFP) Board of Managers decided in September 2022 that they will expand the playoff from 4 teams to 12 teams as early as the 2024 season. Fans and teams alike welcomed the adoption of the current 4-team playoff, as it was seen as … [Read more...] about The College Football Playoff is Expanding: Are There Reasons for Concern?
The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is thrilled to share that Volume 13, Issue 2 is now live. The Issue begins with an essay from Professor Irene Calboli and Vera Sevastianova on the impact of the ongoing Russo-Ukraine conflict on fashion and trademark law. From … [Read more...] about Volume 13, Issue 2 is now live!
The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is delighted to share that Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live. The Issue begins with a Foreword from Pepperdine Law Professor Maureen Weston on athlete mental health and the law. Professor Weston tragically lost her son Cedric … [Read more...] about Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live!