By: Alec Winshel Fans of radio personality Howard Stern and legendary rapper 50 Cent had reason to rejoice in 2013 when the two sat down for an interview on The Howard Stern Show. After discussing rap feuds and the joys of meeting Oprah, the celebrities parted ways for nearly a … [Read more...] about Copyright Has a Preemption Problem That’s Destined for the Supreme Court
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!
March 31, 2021 marked an important moment in the history of college sports. The Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case involving the NCAA for the first time in nearly 40 years. This article provides a comprehensive summary of that argument. What is Alston and how did we … [Read more...] about NCAA v. Alston at the Supreme Court
To read this article as originally published on Weil’s website, click here. On January 20, 2021, Weil secured an important victory for NBA basketball player Zion Williamson in a federal lawsuit brought against his former agency, Prime Sports Marketing (PSM), and its founder … [Read more...] about Weil – Weil Wins Significant Judgment for NBA Star Zion Williamson Dramatically Undercutting $100M Lawsuit
Cert Granted in Alston: Revisiting Board of Regents and the Uniqueness of Antitrust Law's Applicability to Sports in Light of the NCAA's Cert Petition As Congress debates federal legislation on the subject of publicity rights for student-athletes, the NCAA works to rebound from … [Read more...] about Exploring the NCAA’s Antitrust Arguments Ahead of Oral Argument in NCAA v. Alston