The music industry was no stranger to legal controversies in 2015, and it appears 2016 will provide no reprieve, at least for interactive streaming giant Spotify. Within a two-week period, Spotify has been hit with not one, but two class action copyright infringement suits. The first suit, brought by artist Michael Lowery, is seeking […]
Federal Judges in the Third Circuit conducted a hearing on Thursday with regard to the lower court’s approval of settlements with regard to NFL concussion litigation. Per the April settlement, families of players whose brains were found to have C.T.E. qualified for up to $4 million dollars. Upon appeal, the players’ lawyer is arguing […]
Featuring the first two articles in Professor Charles E. Colman’s series on principles of copyright protection for fashion design, an article on implementing a franchise player designation in the NBA, and commentary on off-the-field violence by professional athletes.
Featuring articles on Fan Action Committees, reforming amateur basketball in the United States, and when linking to leaked movies, scripts, and shows is copyright infringement
According to the Washington Post, attorneys for five Native Americans have asked a federal district judge in Alexandria, VA to dismiss a lawsuit brought against them by the Washington Redskins. The Native Americans are the same group who successfully challenged the Redskins’ trademarks in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office board. The group […]