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Silencing The Crowd: Regulating Free Speech In Professional Sports Facilities, Nick DeSiato 2010 Marquette University Law School

Silencing The Crowd: Regulating Free Speech In Professional Sports Facilities, Nick Desiato

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


It's My Name And My Name Alone: How Chad Ocho Cinco Affects The Right Of Publicity, Jessica K. Baranko 2010 Marquette University Law School

It's My Name And My Name Alone: How Chad Ocho Cinco Affects The Right Of Publicity, Jessica K. Baranko

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


If You Build It, Will They Stay? An Examination Of State-Of-The-Art Clauses In Nfl Stadium Leases, Kristen E. Knauf 2010 Marquette University Law School

If You Build It, Will They Stay? An Examination Of State-Of-The-Art Clauses In Nfl Stadium Leases, Kristen E. Knauf

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews: The Little White Book Of Baseball Law, Noel H. Johnson 2010 Marquette University Law School

Book Reviews: The Little White Book Of Baseball Law, Noel H. Johnson

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Negotiate Like The Pros, Lance C. Kearns 2010 Marquette University Law School

Book Review: Negotiate Like The Pros, Lance C. Kearns

Marquette Sports Law Review

No abstract provided.


Jockey Advertising Regulations In Horseracing, Natasha C. Farmer 2010 University of Kentucky

Jockey Advertising Regulations In Horseracing, Natasha C. Farmer

Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law

No abstract provided.


A Trail Of Tears: The Exploitation Of The College Athlete, Robert A. McCormick, Amy C. McCormick 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

A Trail Of Tears: The Exploitation Of The College Athlete, Robert A. Mccormick, Amy C. Mccormick

Faculty Publications

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Rewarding Trespass & Other Enigmas: The Strange World Of Self-Exclusion & Casino Liability, Emir Aly Crowne-Mohammed, Meredith A. Harper 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Rewarding Trespass & Other Enigmas: The Strange World Of Self-Exclusion & Casino Liability, Emir Aly Crowne-Mohammed, Meredith A. Harper

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

In this paper, the authors address many of the tortious and contractual issues associated with the liability of casinos to problem gamblers. The issues in tort are analyzed through the traditional elements of the action – duty of care, standard of care, proximity, and recognizable loss. Under contract law, the authors examine the problems associated with consideration and mental capacity when problem gamblers sign a contractual undertaking to be excluded from casinos and other gaming venues.

Many of the references cited in this work relate to the Province of Ontario because an earlier article (and report) on the issue of problem ...


Sparks Nugget. State Tax Exemption Of Food Used By Casinos For Comped Meals, Steve Johnson 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Sparks Nugget. State Tax Exemption Of Food Used By Casinos For Comped Meals, Steve Johnson

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

In their search for new sources of revenue, states have legalized and sought to tax many kinds of gaming. Forty-eight of the fifty states of the United States permit one or more types of legal gaming. An important technique in casino and some other types of gaming is giving “comps” – complimentary goods or services – to player-customers. A frequent type of comp is free meals on the casino premises or elsewhere. Gaming establishments also often give free meals to their employees.

Comps have been controversial for federal income tax purposes. A recent Nevada case, Sparks Nugget, and related cases illustrate that ...


Economic Value, Equal Dignity And The Future Of Sweepstakes, Anthony N. Cabot, Glenn J. Light, Karl F. Rutledge 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Economic Value, Equal Dignity And The Future Of Sweepstakes, Anthony N. Cabot, Glenn J. Light, Karl F. Rutledge

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

The three basic forms of prize gaming are gambling, sweepstakes, and contests. Most states have a common approach to determining the legality of prize gaming. In general, states analyze if an activity includes three factors associated with gambling: (1) opportunity to win a prize, (2) winning based on chance, and (3) consideration paid to take that chance. If you take away any one of the three elements of gambling—consideration, prize, or chance—you have an activity that is lawful in most states. A contest, for example, differs from gambling because the winner is determined by skill. Determination of whether ...


Betting On Dog Racing. The Next Legalised Gambling Opportunity In South Africa? A Cautionary Note From The Regulation Of Greyhound Racing In Great Britain, Marita Carnelley 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Betting On Dog Racing. The Next Legalised Gambling Opportunity In South Africa? A Cautionary Note From The Regulation Of Greyhound Racing In Great Britain, Marita Carnelley

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

This article commences with a brief overview of the history of dog racing in South Africa. It provides a synopsis of South Africa’s current legal position on dog racing and the betting thereon. The main question this article addresses is whether there is any policy reason why dog racing and wagering should not be legalised and regulated. Furthermore, some comments are included discussing how such regulation should fit into the broader existing gambling regulatory framework should the legislature make the decision to legalise dog racing and wagering.

The article concludes with a discussion of the greyhound racing industry in ...


A Post-Carcieri Vocabulary Exercise: What If "Now" Really Means "Then"?, Heidi M. Staudenmaier, Ruth K. Khalsa 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

A Post-Carcieri Vocabulary Exercise: What If "Now" Really Means "Then"?, Heidi M. Staudenmaier, Ruth K. Khalsa

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

When the Indian Reorganization Act1 (“IRA”) was passed in 1934, it officially defined an “Indian” as a member of a recognized tribe “now under federal jurisdiction.” For nearly three-quarters of a century, this definition of an Indian and an Indian tribe — hallmarked by the four-word phrase “now under federal jurisdiction” — guided federal policy and agency action on a host of matters, including management of federal lands, land-into-trust acquisitions made on behalf of tribes, and — after 1988 — application of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (“IGRA”).

In February 2009, however, the United States Supreme Court upended seventy-five years of administrative interpretation. The ...


Luck Of The Irish: Will The Casinos Tranform From Gaelic Grey To Gaelic Green $$, William N. Thompson 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Luck Of The Irish: Will The Casinos Tranform From Gaelic Grey To Gaelic Green $$, William N. Thompson

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

As the first decade of the twenty-first century evolved, Ireland was one of only two countries in the European Union that did not have legal, regulated casinos. The Irish Gaming and Lotteries Act of 1956 does not prohibit games with equal chances. Moreover, games can be conducted lawfully, according to the Act, if promoters assess minor seat charges to players, and “the promoter derives no personal profit from the promotion of the game.” Additionally, Part III of the 1956 law indicates that amusement centers can have slot machines that award small prizes. The Act also includes provisions for private lotteries ...


Foreword, 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas -- William S. Boyd School of Law

Foreword

UNLV Gaming Law Journal

Dean John Valery White's introduction to the first issue of the UNLV Gaming Law Journal.


Sports Agents: Ethical Representatives Or Overly Aggressive Adversaries, Stacey B. Evans 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Sports Agents: Ethical Representatives Or Overly Aggressive Adversaries, Stacey B. Evans

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Be Kind, Please Rewind - The Second Circuit Gives Cable Providers Something To Watch In Cartoon Network L.P., V. Csc Holdings, Inc., Peter Hamner 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Be Kind, Please Rewind - The Second Circuit Gives Cable Providers Something To Watch In Cartoon Network L.P., V. Csc Holdings, Inc., Peter Hamner

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Honest To Blog: Balancing The Interests Of Public Figures And Anonymous Bloggers In Defamation Lawsuits, Yang-Ming Tham 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Honest To Blog: Balancing The Interests Of Public Figures And Anonymous Bloggers In Defamation Lawsuits, Yang-Ming Tham

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Introduction: A Closer Look At The Use Of Gambling In Raising State Revenues, Yang-Ming Tham 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Introduction: A Closer Look At The Use Of Gambling In Raising State Revenues, Yang-Ming Tham

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Supreme Court And Exclusions By Racetracks, Bennett Liebman 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

The Supreme Court And Exclusions By Racetracks, Bennett Liebman

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Huddle Up: Surveying The Playing Field On The Single Entity Status Of The National Football League In Anticipation Of American Needle V. Nfl, Constantine J. Avgiris 2010 Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Huddle Up: Surveying The Playing Field On The Single Entity Status Of The National Football League In Anticipation Of American Needle V. Nfl, Constantine J. Avgiris

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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