By: Alec Winshel Fans of radio personality Howard Stern and legendary rapper 50 Cent had reason to rejoice in 2013 when the two sat down for an interview on The Howard Stern Show. After discussing rap feuds and the joys of meeting Oprah, the celebrities parted ways for nearly a … [Read more...] about Copyright Has a Preemption Problem That’s Destined for the Supreme Court
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?
By: Alec Winshel On October 12th, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc v. Goldsmith. Litigants traded arguments scrutinizing the boundaries of artistic license while Justices lobbed hypotheticals that probed … [Read more...] about Supreme Court Considers the Future of Copyright’s Fair Use Doctrine
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!
By: Lincoln T. Lair Despite their differences, English Football (association football) and American Football share many similarities. They are both the most watched sport in their respective countries, fans revolve their weekends and lives around their team or club’s … [Read more...] about Racism and The Rooney Rule: How American and English Football Are Looking To Tackle The Problem.