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2003

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Full-Text Articles in Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law

Panel I: Legal Issues In Sports Security, Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Milton Ahlerich, Norman Siegel, William D. Squires, Paul H. Zoubek, Laura Freedman Dec 2003

Panel I: Legal Issues In Sports Security, Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Milton Ahlerich, Norman Siegel, William D. Squires, Paul H. Zoubek, Laura Freedman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Iii: The Current State Of Sports And The Media, Mark Conrad, Laurie Basch, David S. Denenberg, Jim Durham, Jerome S. Ebenstein, Brett Goodman, Nicole Coward Dec 2003

Panel Iii: The Current State Of Sports And The Media, Mark Conrad, Laurie Basch, David S. Denenberg, Jim Durham, Jerome S. Ebenstein, Brett Goodman, Nicole Coward

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Glass Sneaker: Thirty Years Of Victories And Defeats Involving Title Ix And Sex Discrimination In Athletics, Diane Heckman Dec 2003

The Glass Sneaker: Thirty Years Of Victories And Defeats Involving Title Ix And Sex Discrimination In Athletics, Diane Heckman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property In Transition Economies: Assessing The Latvian Experience, Simon Helm Dec 2003

Intellectual Property In Transition Economies: Assessing The Latvian Experience, Simon Helm

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


No Competition: How Radio Consolidation Has Diminished Diversity And Sacrificed Localism, Gregory M. Prindle Dec 2003

No Competition: How Radio Consolidation Has Diminished Diversity And Sacrificed Localism, Gregory M. Prindle

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Reexamination Reform: Is It Time For Corrective Surgery, Or Is It Time To Amputate?, Kristn Jakobsen Osenga Dec 2003

Rethinking Reexamination Reform: Is It Time For Corrective Surgery, Or Is It Time To Amputate?, Kristn Jakobsen Osenga

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Platform For Privacy Preferences (“P3p”): Finding Consumer Assent To Electronic Privacy Policies, Kimberly Rose Goldberg Dec 2003

Platform For Privacy Preferences (“P3p”): Finding Consumer Assent To Electronic Privacy Policies, Kimberly Rose Goldberg

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen Dec 2003

Bouchat V. Baltimore Ravens: The Fourth Circuit Adopts The Strinkingly Similar Doctrine To Infer Proof Of Access, Douglas R. Arntsen

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Far From The Finish Line: Transsexualism And Athletic Competition, Jill Pilgrim, David Martin, Will Binder Dec 2003

Far From The Finish Line: Transsexualism And Athletic Competition, Jill Pilgrim, David Martin, Will Binder

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Ii: Conflicts Of Interest In Sports, John D. Feerick, David Feher, Craig E. Fenech, Charles Grantham, Steven C. Krane, Nicole Coward Dec 2003

Panel Ii: Conflicts Of Interest In Sports, John D. Feerick, David Feher, Craig E. Fenech, Charles Grantham, Steven C. Krane, Nicole Coward

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Personal Fouls: How Sexual Assault By Football Players Is Exposing Universities To Title Ix Liability, Christopher M. Parent Dec 2003

Personal Fouls: How Sexual Assault By Football Players Is Exposing Universities To Title Ix Liability, Christopher M. Parent

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Pay Or Play? The Jeremy Bloom Decision And Ncaa Amateurism Rules, Laura Freedman Dec 2003

Pay Or Play? The Jeremy Bloom Decision And Ncaa Amateurism Rules, Laura Freedman

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Barcelona.Com Analysis: Toward A Better Model For Adjudication Of International Domain Name Disputes, Zohar Efroni Dec 2003

A Barcelona.Com Analysis: Toward A Better Model For Adjudication Of International Domain Name Disputes, Zohar Efroni

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Booze, Drugs, And Rock & Roll: Crime During The College Years, Paul S. Gutman Oct 2003

Booze, Drugs, And Rock & Roll: Crime During The College Years, Paul S. Gutman

ExpressO

In this Article, the author examines the predilection of college and university students towards certain types of illegal behaviors. Specifically, the Article considers the widespread instances of drug use, under-age alcohol use, and "file-sharing" using Napster and its progeny. The Article's main focus is on why such illegal behaviors are rampant among college students who might otherwise be


All The Lizards Stand And Say “Yes Yes Yes” : The Element Of Play In Legal Actions Against Animals And Inanimate Objects, Anna Pervukhin Oct 2003

All The Lizards Stand And Say “Yes Yes Yes” : The Element Of Play In Legal Actions Against Animals And Inanimate Objects, Anna Pervukhin

ExpressO

Legal actions against non-humans (whether animals or objects) were once widespread. They were viewed seriously and undoubtedly served important social functions. This article considers the possibility that some of these actions may have been playful as well. Certain aspects of legal actions against animals and objects-- occasional moments of levity, a preoccupation with formal rules, and a strong emphasis on imaginative transformation-- suggest that these actions had elements of play. The possibility is worth considering for two reasons. First, it may shed some light on a practice that has perplexed and disturbed commentators for centuries. Second, an examination of play ...


Reflections On Augusta: Judicial, Legislative And Economic Approaches To Private Race And Gender Consciousness, Scott R. Rosner Oct 2003

Reflections On Augusta: Judicial, Legislative And Economic Approaches To Private Race And Gender Consciousness, Scott R. Rosner

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

In light of the recent controversy surrounding Augusta National Golf Club's exclusionary membership policy, this Article highlights the myriad incentives and disincentives that Augusta and similar clubs have for reforming such policies. The author acknowledges the economic importance of club membership in many business communities and addresses the extent to which club members' claims of rights of privacy and free association are valid. The Article also considers the potential of judicial action in promoting the adoption of more inclusive membership policy; the state action doctrine and the First Amendment right to freedom of association are discussed as frameworks under ...


Whose Music Is It Anyway?: How We Came To View Musical Expression As A Form Of Property -- Part I, Michael W. Carroll Sep 2003

Whose Music Is It Anyway?: How We Came To View Musical Expression As A Form Of Property -- Part I, Michael W. Carroll

Working Paper Series

Many participants in the music industry consider unauthorized downloading of music files over the Internet to be “theft” of their “property.” Many Internet users who exchange music files reject that characterization. Prompted by this dispute, this Article explores how those who create and distribute music first came to look upon music as their property and when in Western history the law first supported this view. By analyzing the economic and legal structures governing musicmaking in Western Europe from the classical period in Greece through the Renaissance, the Article shows that the law first granted some exclusive rights in the Middle ...


The Assumption Of Risk Doctrine, Liability-Limiting Statutes, And Skateboarding, David Amell Sep 2003

The Assumption Of Risk Doctrine, Liability-Limiting Statutes, And Skateboarding, David Amell

ExpressO

No abstract provided.


The Secretary's Commission On Opportunity In Athletics Squandered Its Opportunity: Commercial College Sports And Why Title Ix Cannot Achieve Full Gender Equality Or Prevent The Elimination Of Minor Men's Teams, Suzanne Sangree Aug 2003

The Secretary's Commission On Opportunity In Athletics Squandered Its Opportunity: Commercial College Sports And Why Title Ix Cannot Achieve Full Gender Equality Or Prevent The Elimination Of Minor Men's Teams, Suzanne Sangree

ExpressO

The Department of Education recently announced that it would not revise the regulations which apply Title IX to athletics, thus rejecting the recommendations of its Commission on Opportunity in Athletics. The Commission’s recommendations would have drastically undercut Title IX’s efficacy and established a Bush Administration model for turning civil rights protections on their heads. Fortunately, the Administration heeded the public critique of the Commission’s recommendations and retreated from its previously stated intention to implement them. Instead, it reiterated its support for the principles of gender equality embodied in Title IX. We thus narrowly averted a civil rights ...


C’Est What? Saisie! A Comparison Of Patent Infringement Remedies Among The G7 Economic Nations, Larry Coury Jun 2003

C’Est What? Saisie! A Comparison Of Patent Infringement Remedies Among The G7 Economic Nations, Larry Coury

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Victor’S Little Secret: Supreme Court Decision Means More Protection For Trademark Parody, Jordan M. Blanke Jun 2003

Victor’S Little Secret: Supreme Court Decision Means More Protection For Trademark Parody, Jordan M. Blanke

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Filled Milk, Footnote Four & The First Amendment: An Analysis Of The Preferred Position Of Speech After The Carolene Products Decision, Elizabeth Wallmeyer Jun 2003

Filled Milk, Footnote Four & The First Amendment: An Analysis Of The Preferred Position Of Speech After The Carolene Products Decision, Elizabeth Wallmeyer

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Press Rights In Peril: The Department Of Justice Infringes Upon Press Liberties By Conducting "Special Interest" Removal Proceedings, Gabriel S. Oberfield Jun 2003

Press Rights In Peril: The Department Of Justice Infringes Upon Press Liberties By Conducting "Special Interest" Removal Proceedings, Gabriel S. Oberfield

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Heroes Of The First Amendment, Frederick Schauer May 2003

The Heroes Of The First Amendment, Frederick Schauer

Michigan Law Review

In 1950, Felix Frankfurter famously observed that "[i)t is a fair summary of history to say that the safeguards of liberty have frequently been forged in controversies involving not very nice people." The circumstances of Justice Frankfurter's observation were hardly atypical, for his opinion arose in a Fourth Amendment case involving a man plainly guilty of the crime with which he had been charged - fraudulently altering postage stamps in order to make relatively ordinary ones especially valuable for collectors. Indeed, Fourth Amendment cases typically present the phenomenon that Frankfurter pithily identified, for most of the people injured by ...


Foreword: "Just Do It!": Title Ix As A Threat To University Autonomy, Richard A. Epstein May 2003

Foreword: "Just Do It!": Title Ix As A Threat To University Autonomy, Richard A. Epstein

Michigan Law Review

For a short time I was stymied to identify a suitable theme for the Foreword to the 2003 Survey of Books in the Michigan Law Review. The task is surely a daunting one, because it is never possible to write a Foreword that offers the reader a Cook's Tour of the many distinguished offerings reviewed in its pages. Therefore I hope to link one broad theme to one narrow topic, knowing that at first it may look as though they have little in common. In taking this approach, I prefer dangerous shoals to well-marked channels. I shall therefore begin ...


I Say It's Spinach: Charitable Trusts To Remedy Market Failures In The Performing Arts, Jeffrey G. Sherman Mar 2003

I Say It's Spinach: Charitable Trusts To Remedy Market Failures In The Performing Arts, Jeffrey G. Sherman

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Festering Questions After Festo, Harold C. Wegner Mar 2003

Festering Questions After Festo, Harold C. Wegner

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Internet Killed The Video Star: How In-House Internet Distribution Will Affect Profit Participants , Konrad Gatien Mar 2003

Internet Killed The Video Star: How In-House Internet Distribution Will Affect Profit Participants , Konrad Gatien

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel I: The End Of Equivalents? Examining The Fallout From Festo, J. Michael Jakes, Herbert Michael Schwartz, Harold C. Wegner Mar 2003

Panel I: The End Of Equivalents? Examining The Fallout From Festo, J. Michael Jakes, Herbert Michael Schwartz, Harold C. Wegner

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims Mar 2003

Panel Ii: Mickey Mice? Potential Ramifications Of Eldred V. Ashcroft, David O. Carson, Eben Moglen, Wendy Seltzer, Charles Sims

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

No abstract provided.