The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is delighted to share that Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live. The Issue begins with a Foreword from Pepperdine Law Professor Maureen Weston on athlete mental health and the law. Professor Weston tragically lost her son Cedric … [Read more...] about Volume 13, Issue 1 is now live!
JSEL recently sat down with Patrick Ragen, an Associate at Ziffren Brittenham in Los Angeles, which specializes in negotiating, structuring, and executing transactions in the entertainment and media industries. Patrick is an attorney in the firm's film and television group, … [Read more...] about Interview with Patrick Ragen, Associate at Ziffren Brittenham
This post is one article in a two-part series on NFTs. This article covers in depth the legal implications of the proliferation of NFTs. Read our other installment to learn more about how NFTs work and where they’re leaving a mark in the arts, entertainment, and sports … [Read more...] about Legal Implications of NFTs in Sports
This post is one article in a two-part series on NFTs. Read along to learn more about how NFTs work and where they’re leaving a mark in the arts, entertainment, and sports industries. Then, read our next installment, which covers in more depth the legal implications of the … [Read more...] about NBA. NFL. NFT? How Nonfungible Tokens are Making an Impact in Arts, Entertainment, and Sports
Disney has unleashed a wave of takedown notices targeting vendors who are selling merchandise featuring “Baby Yoda,” the viral breakout character from its new streaming series, The Mandalorian, on DIY sales site, Etsy. The studio becomes the latest company to struggle to protect … [Read more...] about Disney Extends “Baby Yoda” Infringement Battle on Etsy Website