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Panel I: The Conflict Between Commercial Speech And Legislation Governing The Commercialization Of Public Sector Data, Robert Sherman, Paul Schwartz, Deirdre Mulligan, Steven Emmert Dec 2013

Panel I: The Conflict Between Commercial Speech And Legislation Governing The Commercialization Of Public Sector Data, Robert Sherman, Paul Schwartz, Deirdre Mulligan, Steven Emmert

Paul M. Schwartz

No abstract provided.


Response To Michael Sandel, Stephen F. Smith Nov 2013

Response To Michael Sandel, Stephen F. Smith

Stephen F. Smith

No abstract provided.


An Act To Restrict The Use Of Erotic Material For Commercial Purposes, Robert E. Rodes Nov 2013

An Act To Restrict The Use Of Erotic Material For Commercial Purposes, Robert E. Rodes

Robert Rodes

No abstract provided.


Dastar's Next Stand, Mark Mckenna Nov 2013

Dastar's Next Stand, Mark Mckenna

Mark P. McKenna

No abstract provided.


Postsecondary Athletics And The Law: A Selected Bibliography, Edmund P. Edmonds Nov 2013

Postsecondary Athletics And The Law: A Selected Bibliography, Edmund P. Edmonds

Edmund P. Edmonds

Although sports have for many years been an integral part of American higher education, it was not until recent years that athletics in colleges and universities became enmeshed in legal problems. The heightened interest in the legal aspects of sports is apparent to even the most casual reader of the daily sports pages, and it is increasingly becoming a major concern of administrators in American colleges. Because of this interest one finds a number of articles appearing in law reviews in recent times, when in the past they were almost non-existent. In fact, the existence of this symposium issue is ...


Endangered Species Wannabees, John Copeland Nagle Nov 2013

Endangered Species Wannabees, John Copeland Nagle

John Copeland Nagle

No abstract provided.


New Direction For Team Ownership? The Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation, Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, Craig A. Sharon Nov 2013

New Direction For Team Ownership? The Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation, Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, Craig A. Sharon

Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer

No abstract provided.


Arthur Soden's Legacy: The Origins And Early History Of Baseball's Reserve System, Edmund P. Edmonds Oct 2013

Arthur Soden's Legacy: The Origins And Early History Of Baseball's Reserve System, Edmund P. Edmonds

Edmund P. Edmonds

The article focuses on the nineteenth century evolution of the U.S. baseball reserves system. It mentions that the early history of the reserve clause establishes a relationship with sports collective bargaining agreements. It notes that its basic structure stems from a dispute between Boston owner Arthur Soden and baseball players James O'Rourke and George Wright. It also emphasizes on discipline imposed to the players who abandon their contracts to seek higher salaries from a different team.


A Most Interesting Part Of Baseball's Monetary Structure - Salary Arbitration In Its Thirty-Fifth Year, Ed Edmonds Oct 2013

A Most Interesting Part Of Baseball's Monetary Structure - Salary Arbitration In Its Thirty-Fifth Year, Ed Edmonds

Edmund P. Edmonds

This article explores the history and evolution of baseball's arbitration system, focusing on players with arbitration eligibility in 2009. The article also explores teams' use of the "file-and-go" strategy.


The Curt Flood Act Of 1998: A Hollow Gesture After All These Years?, Edmund P. Edmonds Oct 2013

The Curt Flood Act Of 1998: A Hollow Gesture After All These Years?, Edmund P. Edmonds

Edmund P. Edmonds

No abstract provided.


Over Forty Years In The On-Deck Circle: Congress And The Baseball Antitrust Exemption, Ed Edmonds Oct 2013

Over Forty Years In The On-Deck Circle: Congress And The Baseball Antitrust Exemption, Ed Edmonds

Edmund P. Edmonds

"Congressional discussion of baseball's antitrust exemption stretches over forty years involving a significant number of legislative initiatives. Although the exemption is a judicial aberration without justification, the 103d Congress will probably be no more successful than its predecessors in altering its long-standing existence. The three bills under consideration are not specifically crafted to resolve the problems of the changes in the commissioner's office or the lack of an expansion franchise or the relocation of an existing franchise to the Tampa-St. Petersburg area. Much of the history of Congressional concern over baseball's antitrust status suggests that broad-based attempts ...


Sports Diplomacy In The Australian Context: A Case Study Of The Department Of Foreign Affairs And Trade, Stuart Murray Sep 2013

Sports Diplomacy In The Australian Context: A Case Study Of The Department Of Foreign Affairs And Trade, Stuart Murray

Stuart Murray

For a county with a small population, a remote location and an awkward colonial past, Australia has a remarkable record of success in international sport, so much so that sport is often considered a ‘religion’ in the ‘Lucky Country’. If diplomacy is the business of representation, it would be expected that sport features prominently in Australia’s diplomacy. However, sport oddly languishes under the banner of Public Diplomacy (PD) and is overseen by an unloved, under-resourced and under-represented Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). To exploit the type of vertical, horizontal and plural channels and networks diplomacy can offer ...


The Case For Reviving The Four-Year Deal, Ray Yasser Sep 2013

The Case For Reviving The Four-Year Deal, Ray Yasser

Ray Yasser

No abstract provided.


A New First Amendment Goal Line Defense – It’S Time To Stop The Right Of Publicity Offensive, Mark A. Conrad Aug 2013

A New First Amendment Goal Line Defense – It’S Time To Stop The Right Of Publicity Offensive, Mark A. Conrad

Mark A. Conrad

What began as a novel subset of traditional privacy rights has led courts and legislatures to create a property-based right of publicity jurisprudence that has gone beyond its original goals and now crept into the traditional First Amendment domain of protection of artistic and creative rights. In the last two decades, courts have applied the “right of publicity” doctrine in various artistic contexts and various tests devised by the courts to balance the competing interests of free speech and commercial rights to one’s identity and image have produced a panoply of rulings, exacerbated by a lack of federal law ...


Banksy Got Back? Problems With Chains Of Unauthorized Derivative Works And Arrangement Rights In Cover Songs Under A Compulsory License, Matthew Adam Eller Esq. Aug 2013

Banksy Got Back? Problems With Chains Of Unauthorized Derivative Works And Arrangement Rights In Cover Songs Under A Compulsory License, Matthew Adam Eller Esq.

Matthew Adam Eller

This note will analyze the scope of copyright ownership in relation to chains of unauthorized derivative works and chains of arrangement rights in “cover” versions of musical recordings. In particular, the analysis will focus on the gray area in the law where an unauthorized derivative work is created by (“D1”) and then another author creates a second derivative work (“D2”) based off of D1. In situations such as these does the creator of the original derivative work have any rights in their creation if their derivative work was unauthorized? Further, depending on what rights do exist for D1, can the ...


Sponsorship Implications Of The Lance Armstrong V. Usps Lawsuit, John A. Fortunato Aug 2013

Sponsorship Implications Of The Lance Armstrong V. Usps Lawsuit, John A. Fortunato

John A Fortunato

Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France seven consecutive times from 1999 through 2005. At the height of his success and popularity Armstrong’s cycling team was sponsored by the United States Postal Service (USPS). Armstrong’s Tour de France victories were marred by speculation that he and his cycling teammates were using performance enhancing drugs. After years of denial, in January, 2013, Armstrong finally admitted in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that he had in fact used performance enhancing drugs. On February 22, 2013, the United States Justice Department announced that it had joined a lawsuit filed by former ...


Valuing Art In An Estate: New Concerns, Anne-Marie E. Rhodes Jul 2013

Valuing Art In An Estate: New Concerns, Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

No abstract provided.


Cultural Property — What Is It And Why Is It Important?, Filippa Anzalone Jun 2013

Cultural Property — What Is It And Why Is It Important?, Filippa Anzalone

Filippa Marullo Anzalone

Cultural property, or the more expansive term of cultural heritage, gives us a picture of a culture’s way of life at a particular time on the earth. Cultural property adds to the historical record of cultures that are sometimes under threat or gone. This session will begin with an examination of why cultural property is immeasurably valuable and essential for understanding identity.


“The Emperor Has No Clothes:” The Ncaa’S Last Chance As The Middle Man In College Athletics, Nicolas A. Novy Jun 2013

“The Emperor Has No Clothes:” The Ncaa’S Last Chance As The Middle Man In College Athletics, Nicolas A. Novy

Nicolas A. Novy

No abstract provided.


Art Law & Transactions: Teacher's Manual, Anne-Marie Rhodes May 2013

Art Law & Transactions: Teacher's Manual, Anne-Marie Rhodes

Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

No abstract provided.


Art Law & Transactions, Anne-Marie Rhodes May 2013

Art Law & Transactions, Anne-Marie Rhodes

Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

No abstract provided.


Big Picture, Fine Print: The Intersection Of Art And Tax, Anne-Marie E. Rhodes Apr 2013

Big Picture, Fine Print: The Intersection Of Art And Tax, Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

Anne-Marie E. Rhodes

No abstract provided.


“Onde Está A Felicidade?", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Apr 2013

“Onde Está A Felicidade?", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Poderemos ser felizes? Passamos a maior parte do tempo a trabalhar, no emprego ou em casa, e em Portugal até dormimos cada vez menos. A aproximação à felicidade parece cada vez mais depender de como nos sentirmos no trabalho. E face à dura realidade, poderemos sonhar que todos sejam felizes no trabalho, ou tal será uma quimera?


“Onde Está A Felicidade?", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Apr 2013

“Onde Está A Felicidade?", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Poderemos ser felizes? Passamos a maior parte do tempo a trabalhar, no emprego ou em casa, e em Portugal até dormimos cada vez menos. A aproximação à felicidade parece cada vez mais depender de como nos sentirmos no trabalho. E face à dura realidade, poderemos sonhar que todos sejam felizes no trabalho, ou tal será uma quimera?


“Onde Está A Felicidade", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Apr 2013

“Onde Está A Felicidade", Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Poderemos ser felizes? Passamos a maior parte do tempo a trabalhar, no emprego ou em casa, e em Portugal até dormimos cada vez menos. A aproximação à felicidade parece cada vez mais depender de como nos sentirmos no trabalho. E face à dura realidade, poderemos sonhar que todos sejam felizes no trabalho, ou tal será uma quimera?


League Structure & Stadium Rent Seeking —The Antitrust Role Reconsidered, Haddock David, Jacobi Tonja, Matthew Sag Apr 2013

League Structure & Stadium Rent Seeking —The Antitrust Role Reconsidered, Haddock David, Jacobi Tonja, Matthew Sag

Matthew Sag

Professional North American sporting teams receive enormous public funding for new and renovated stadiums after threatening to depart their hometowns, or by actually moving elsewhere. In contrast, English sporting teams neither receive much public money for such projects, nor move towns. This Article argues that no inherent cultural or political transatlantic variations cause the differences; rather, it is the industrial organization of sports in the two countries-the structure of league control-that enables rent-seeking by American teams but not by their English counterparts. Cross-country time series data contrasting American professional football and baseball stadiums with English soccer grounds support our claim ...


Crime Virtuoso, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Mar 2013

Crime Virtuoso, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Neste artigo discute-se o que há de profundo e o que há de circunstancial na mania das fotocópias de livros e os problemas conexos da educação e da edição.


Development Through Sport: Fans And Critics Of The New Player On The Field, Danielle Ireland-Piper Feb 2013

Development Through Sport: Fans And Critics Of The New Player On The Field, Danielle Ireland-Piper

Danielle Ireland-Piper

Literature on international aid and development espouses the principle of ‘do no harm’. In that context, there has been an increased interest in, and incident of, Development through Sport (DTS) initiatives. As with all new players in an old game, the DTS movement has both its fans, and critics. This paper seeks to acknowledge the benefits advocated by fans; engage with its critics; and propose means by which to reconcile the two. In so doing, the distinction is made between ‘Sport Development’, and ‘Development through Sport’. The paper concludes that goodwill, while commendable, is not enough achieve sustainable development goals ...


Para Uma Desconstrução Social E Política, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Feb 2013

Para Uma Desconstrução Social E Política, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Feira de vaidades, sociedade de enganos, mundo de aparências, a pólis em tempo de crise profunda mostra rostos que não são a sua alma, se é que ainda a tem (e não a vendeu já: por exemplo ao diabo). É preciso olhar raio X para ver através das cortinas de fumo quando, na comunidade política, por um lado se quer parecer o que se não é, ou meramente se pretende demostrar o que se pensa, sem se ter já qualquer veleidade de alterar o que está aí. Quando as consciências morais - ou quem a tal aspire - se limitam a querer ...


Vencer A Crise. Ética, Psicologia E Partidos, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha Jan 2013

Vencer A Crise. Ética, Psicologia E Partidos, Paulo Ferreira Da Cunha

Paulo Ferreira da Cunha

Crise e medidas de liofilização e compressão ensurdecem toda a comunicação social. Há contudo que analisar as raízes psicológicas da crise e da crise sobre a crise, e urgentemente regenerar os partidos, sob pena de sempre se ter "mais do mesmo". Ou então muito diferente, porque a obstinação de uns levará à obstinação de outros. E se a II República não mostrar que vale a pena, poderá vir (o diabo não nos oiça) uma anti-república que se chamará IV (porque contará também o Estado Novo) a tentar resolver tudo à força.