Texas Entertainment and Sports Law
2013 Journals

Articles

  • Someone to Watch Over Me: Why University Monitoring of Student Athletes’ Social Media Activities is a Recipe for Disaster
  • Texas State Incentives for Film and Television Production Then, Now, and Later
  • Attorney Profile: Alan Tompkins
  • Opportunities Increasing in China for U.S. Entertainment Industry
  • I Can’t Get No Cause of Action?!: Advocating a Cause of Action Against Search Engines for Contributory Copyright Infringement
  • High Profile Trademark Actions 2012

Articles

  • “The Tweet Smell of Success: Social Media Clauses in Sports & Entertainment Contracts”
  • Google and Stanford Help Texas A&M Save Its Football Season, Capture the “Johnny Football” Asset, and Begin to Realign Student-Athlete Rights
  • Attorney Profile: Amy E. Mitchell
  • Legislative Solutions to Digital Music Broadcast Royalties: The  Internet Radio Fairness Act vs. The Interim FIRST Act
  • The NFL Agrees to $765 Million Settlement Payment after Knocking Heads with Former Players in Concussion Litigation
  • Ensuring Adequate Protection for Publicity Rights: An Argument for a Federal Right of Publicity Statute
  • Idea Submission Impossible? The Battle between Copyright and Breach of Contract
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