By: Brandon McCoy Prior to Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most popular gambling days of the year, Massachusetts opened sportsbooks in its three brick-and-mortar casinos: Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield, and Plainridge Park Casino. The state joined 32 others and … [Read more...] about States Can Use Advertising and Consumer Protection Law to Avoid Rolling the Dice with Online Sports Betting
Career Spotlight – Maggy Carlyle, General Counsel and SVP, Pac-12 Conference
By Connor Oniki Maggy Carlyle is General Counsel and Senior Vice President for the Pac-12 Conference. In a turbulent time for college athletics with issues ranging from NIL to conference reorganization, Maggy has been tasked with navigating the Pac-12 through these complicated … [Read more...] about Career Spotlight – Maggy Carlyle, General Counsel and SVP, Pac-12 Conference
The College Football Playoff is Expanding: Are There Reasons for Concern?
By: Brandon McCoy The College Football Playoff (CFP) Board of Managers decided in September 2022 that they will expand the playoff from 4 teams to 12 teams as early as the 2024 season. Fans and teams alike welcomed the adoption of the current 4-team playoff, as it was seen as … [Read more...] about The College Football Playoff is Expanding: Are There Reasons for Concern?
Volume 13, Issue 2 is now live!
The Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law is thrilled to share that Volume 13, Issue 2 is now live. The Issue begins with an essay from Professor Irene Calboli and Vera Sevastianova on the impact of the ongoing Russo-Ukraine conflict on fashion and trademark law. From … [Read more...] about Volume 13, Issue 2 is now live!
New Jersey Voters Reject Gambling on New Jersey College Athletics
In addition to voting in state and local elections last week, New Jerseyans passed judgment on a ballot question concerning betting on college sporting events in the state. The question read: “Do you approve amending the Constitution to permit wagering through casinos and current … [Read more...] about New Jersey Voters Reject Gambling on New Jersey College Athletics