The ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal

The Inaugural Edition - Volume 1 Issue 1 (5/11) DOWNLOAD HERE 

What's Inside:

Notes

  • Joint Ventures and the Single Entity Doctrine After American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League…………………………….. Matthew Bester
  • The Governing Similarity Standard in Idea Submission Cases ……………………………….. Lee S. Brenner
  • Taking a Sack: The NFL and its Undeserved Tax-Exempt Status …………………………………. Andrew B. Delaney
  • What‘s the Use? A Primer on the Defense of Independent Creation to Combat Allegations of Idea Theft. …………………………… Allison S. Brehm
  • Outside the Lines: An Examination of the Legal Veracity of Fantasy Sports as an Exception to Traditional Gambling Regulation ………………. Dana L. Hooper
  • State Film Tax Incentives: A Red Carpet Hit or Miss ………………………………………………………. Jaia Thomas

Comments:

  • Unraveling American Needle ………………………….. Kellen W. Bradley
  • No Copyright, No Problem: Benay v. Warner Brothers Shows the Substantial Similarity Test Applied in Idea Submission Cases Does Not Require Copyright-Level Similarity …………………………… Paige C. Pataky
  • Tax Laws Quarterback the Business of Football ……………………………….. Crystal E. L. Knysh
  • The Law of Creation ………………………………………….. Johnny Sinodis
  • Non-Exempt but Unenforced: The Status of Fantasy Sports Under the UIGEA……………. David A. Palanzo
  • State Film Tax Incentives: “I’m Ready for My Close-Up” ………………………. Selina Baschiera
  • State Film Tax Incentives: “That’s a Wrap!” …. Matthew J. Hamilton

 

Volume 1 Issue 2 (12/11) DOWNLOAD HERE 

 

What's Inside:

Notes

  • Boxing: One Last Cry For National Uniformity........................................... Isai Molina
  • Genetic Doping: The Lance Armstrong Case as a Preview for Future Regulations................... Jason Steiner
  • Mixing Contests and Sweepstakes With Entertainment Programming............................. Joy R. Butler
  • Amateurism—Outdated or Still a Vital Concept?................................ Elsa Kircher Cole
  • Let’s Make a Deal: Examining the Contentious Relationship Between the National Hockey League and Kontinental Hockey League.................... Ross Appel
  • Give My Regards to the United States Copyright Office? A Determination of Whether Copyright Protection Should Be Extended To Stage Directions.......Ryan Byrnes

Volume 3 Issue 1 DOWNLOAD HERE

What's Inside:

Notes:

  •  When Tweets Get Real: Applying Traditional Contract Law Theories to the World of Social Media ..............Kirsten Chiger 
  • Speaking in Tweets and Other Social Media: Should Some Written Communication Be Considered Oral Communications? ......................Ryan Pittman
  • The Show-Cause Penalty and the NCAA Scope of Power .................................Jordan Kobrtiz and Jeffrey Levine
  • The Current Trend in NCAA Enforcement and How the Show-Cause Order Should be Applied....................Cole Peterson
  • Call to the Bullpen:  How the 2012 MLB Draft Shows Why the NCAA Must Make a Change to its Bylaws.......James F. Reid
  • The Conflict of Interest Issue with NCAA Student-Athletes and Professional Sports Counseling Panels.......Sarah Staudinger
  • Recommendations for Studios: Increasing Good Will and Revenue via Fan Conventions.......................Tiffany Lee
  • The Lanham Act and Why Studios Are Right in Being Cautious..........Devan Orr
  • Potential Civil Liability of “Gatorade Baths”..............................................Josh Winneker
  • Risk of Liability Threatens Nearly 30-Year-Old Tradition.......................Trevor R Orme & Evan Schlack

 

Special thanks to all of the authors and editors who made this publication a success.

Enjoy!