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Sports Arbitration And Enforcing Promises: Brian Shaw And Labor Arbitration, Roger I. Abrams Jan 2009

Sports Arbitration And Enforcing Promises: Brian Shaw And Labor Arbitration, Roger I. Abrams

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


"Mixed Metaphors," Revisionist History And Post-Hypnotic Suggestions On The Interpretation Of Sports Antitrust Exemptions: The Second Circuit's Use In Clarett Of A Piazza-Like "Innovative Reinterpretation Of Supreme Court Dogma", Walter T. Champion, Jr. Jan 2009

"Mixed Metaphors," Revisionist History And Post-Hypnotic Suggestions On The Interpretation Of Sports Antitrust Exemptions: The Second Circuit's Use In Clarett Of A Piazza-Like "Innovative Reinterpretation Of Supreme Court Dogma", Walter T. Champion, Jr.

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


2008 Antitrust Developments In Professional Sports: To The Single Entity And Beyond, James T. Mckeown Jan 2009

2008 Antitrust Developments In Professional Sports: To The Single Entity And Beyond, James T. Mckeown

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Opportunism, Uncertainty, And Relational Contracting - Antitrust Rules In The Film Industry, Ryan M. Riegg Dec 2008

Opportunism, Uncertainty, And Relational Contracting - Antitrust Rules In The Film Industry, Ryan M. Riegg

Ryan M. Riegg

For a long time, economists and investors have been baffled as to why Studios continue to produce movies with "blockbuster"-sized budgets (i.e. movies with budgets over $100 million) when producing those movies expose Studios to considerable economic risk.
By explaining the unique economics of the Film industry, and the effect of the Paramount (antitrust) rules on Film distribution contracts, this article provides an explanation to the puzzle of the blockbuster that is confirmed by recent trends in Film industry. Additionally, by using the Film industry as a model, this article also demonstrates how relational contracting can be understood ...