On January 14, 2015, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie filed his most recent brief (hereinafter “Christie II”) to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the state’s continued attempt to offer sports wagering within their borders. In New Jersey’s first attempt to offer sports … [Read more...] about Occam’s Razor and Sports Wagering Law
It is generally accepted that the path to a career in the sports and entertainment industries begins with an unpaid internship performing menial tasks, through which up-and-comers receive an opportunity to view the industry from the inside, make valuable connections, and, … [Read more...] about Unpaid Interns in Sports and Entertainment
In both tragedies of domestic violence and alleged police brutality, the victim can be silenced. Cameras can’t. In a domestic violence incident, the victim can be silenced through the psychological trap of the relationship. In cases of alleged police brutality, victims can be … [Read more...] about McFarlin: Ray Rice Video Shows that Cameras Should Do the Talking
PDF Download of the Article By the very nature of their positions, celebrities in both the sports and entertainment spheres generate significant public attention and discussion. While the discourse will frequently be positive, inevitably many such conversations will result in … [Read more...] about Defamation, Celebrities, and the Internet
On April 12, 2013, The Veronica Mars Movie project broke fund raising records, with 91,585 backers pledging a total of $5,702,153. The catch? The film was funded on the crowdfunding website, Kickstarter. Veronica Mars became the site’s fastest project to reach a million dollars … [Read more...] about Kickstarting Litigation: What is the Future of Crowdfunded Films?