From September 2019—when California became the first state to pass a name, image, and likeness (NIL) law—until now, the intercollegiate athletic community has fielded a deluge of new enacted and proposed regulations from states, Congress, the NCAA, and now individual … [Read more...] about The NIL Era Has Arrived: What the Coming of July 1 Means for the NCAA
As the social media site TikTok has exploded over the past year, thousands of recognizable influencers and celebrities have joined in on the fun—including some who may not know it. Most notably, one user, deeptomcruise, has built a following of over 777k with videos of the … [Read more...] about Mission Impossible?: The Legal Implications of Managing Deepfake Celebrity Videos
To read this article as originally published on Ropes & Gray's website, click here. To address student–athlete compensation issues, the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Council approved and introduced a proposal that would allow student–athletes, under … [Read more...] about Ropes & Gray – In Licensing Journal, Attorneys Examine NCAA Student-Athlete “Right of Publicity” Proposal
The wait is over. Earlier this month, EA Sports announced that it would revive its popular college football video game franchise NCAA Football. This time around, however, the game will be called EA Sports College Football. The name is not the only thing that will be different … [Read more...] about EA Sports Returns to College Football: What to Do About the Roster Share Feature?
In the midst of the ongoing debate over student-athlete compensation and the expansion of Name, Image, and Likeness rights, a Professor at Georgia Tech, and former college athlete himself, Baratunde Cola, has proposed a unique idea: have student-athletes create nonprofit … [Read more...] about Analyzing a Creative NIL Proposal – Interview with HLS Clinical Professor Brian Price