By: Brandon McCoy Prior to Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most popular gambling days of the year, Massachusetts opened sportsbooks in its three brick-and-mortar casinos: Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino. The state joined 32 others and … [Read more...] about States Can Use Advertising and Consumer Protection Law to Avoid Rolling the Dice with Online Sports Betting
By Connor Oniki Maggy Carlyle is General Counsel and Senior Vice President for the Pac-12 Conference. In a turbulent time for college athletics with issues ranging from NIL to conference reorganization, Maggy has been tasked with navigating the Pac-12 through these complicated … [Read more...] about Career Spotlight – Maggy Carlyle, General Counsel and SVP, Pac-12 Conference
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!
In addition to voting in state and local elections last week, New Jerseyans passed judgment on a ballot question concerning betting on college sporting events in the state. The question read: “Do you approve amending the Constitution to permit wagering through casinos and current … [Read more...] about New Jersey Voters Reject Gambling on New Jersey College Athletics