Monday, 2 April 2012

New Sports Law Scholarship

Recently published scholarship includes:

Craig D. Alfred, Comment, The illusion of amateurism: a climate of tortious interference in the world of amateur sports, 86 TULANE LAW REVIEW 465 (2011)

Joanna Shepherd Bailey & George B. Shepherd, Baseball’s accidental racism: the draft, African-American players, and the law, 44 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 197 (2011)

Jonathan D. Bateman, When the numbers don’t add up: oversigning in college football, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 7 (2011)

Mitchell N. Berman, “Let ‘em play”: a study in the jurisprudence of sport, 99 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 1325 (2011)

Mitchell N. Berman, Replay, 99 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1683 (2011)

Simon Bernstein, Note, Salary caps in professional sports: closing the Kovalchuk loophole in National Hockey League player contracts, 29 CARDOZO ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 375 (2011)

Deanna Brock, Note, BCS Europa: an analysis of the Bowl Championship Series under the European Commission White Paper on Sport, 39 GEORGIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW 303 (2011)

Ariel Y. Bublick, Note, Are you ready for some football?: how antitrust laws can be used to break up DirecTV’s exclusive right to telecast NFL’s Sunday Ticket Package, 64 FEDERAL COMMUNICATION LAW JOURNAL 223 (2011)

Debra D. Burke & Angela J. Grube, The NCAA Letter of Intent: a voidable agreement for minors?, 81 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 265 (2011)

Timothy J. Bucher, Comment, Inside the huddle: analyzing the mediation efforts in the NFL’s Brady settlement and its effectiveness for future professional sports disputes, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 211 (2011)

Scott Bukstein, A new solution for salary disputes: implementing salary arbitration in the National Basketball Association, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 25 (2011)

John Cates, Note, Making the game beautiful again: lessons from Brazil provide a roadmap for rebuilding soccer in Nigeria, 39 GEORGIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW 365 (2011)

Peter Charlish, The biological passport: closing the net on doping, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 61 (2011)

Leah M. Chamberlin, Note, Student athletes and the deprivation of rights of privacy and publicity—are fantasy sports leagues infringing upon the rights of college athletes? If so, what constitutes a viable solution?, 88 UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY LAW REVIEW 555 (2011)

Natalie L. St. Cyr. Clarke, Note, The beauty and the beast: taming the ugly side of the people’s game, 17 COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN LAW 601 (2011)

Jennifer Ann Cleary, Note, A need to align the modern Games with the modern times: the International Olympic Committee’s commitment to fairness, equality, and sex discrimination, 61 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 1285 (2011)

Michael A. Corgan, Comment, Permitting student-athletes to accept endorsement deals: a solution to the financial corruption of college athletics created by unethical sports agents and the NCAA’s revenue-generating scheme, 19 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 371 (2012)

Shawn M. Crincoli, You can only race if you can’t win? The curious case of Oscar Pistorius & Caster Semenya, 12 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW 133 (2011)

Ross E. Davies, The law firm and the League: the legal and electronic connections between Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP and Major League Baseball, 12 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW 215 (2011)

Michael R. Daum, Intelligent defense: a call for federal regulation of mixed martial arts, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 247 (2011)

Jérôme de Montmollin & Dmitry A. Pentsov, Do athletes really have the right to a fair trial in “non-analytical positive” doping cases?, 22 AMERICAN REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION 187 (2011)

Nicole M. DeMuro, Comment, Reestablishing the role of arbitration in labor law: avoiding the perils of Williams with the rationale of Pyett, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 467 (2011)

David D’Orlando, Comment, 6+5 = discrimination? Why FIFA’s proposed quota rule doesn’t add up, 115 PENN STATE LAW REVIEW 749 (2011)

Chris Deubert, Glenn Wong & John Howe, All Four Quarters: A Retrospective and Analysis of the 2011 Collective Bargaining Process and Agreement in the National Football League, 19 UCLA ENTERTAINMENT LAW REVIEW 1 (2012)

Chris Deubert, Putting Shoulder Pads on Schleck: How the Business of Professional Cycling Could Be Improved Through a More American Structure, 37 BROOKLYN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 65 (2011)

Christian Dennie, Changing the game: the litigation that may be the catalyst for change in intercollegiate athletics, 62 SYRACUSE LAW REVIEW 15 (2012)

Dana A. Gittleman, Casenote, Home field advantage: determining the appropriate "turf” for Williams v. National Football League and clarifying preemption precedent, 19 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 203 (2012)

Zachary Golden, Note, Is this heaven? No, it’s I.O.U.: why Major League Baseball must modify its current revenue-sharing and luxury-tax procedures, 45 SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 125 (2011)

Martin J. Greenberg & Dennis Hughes, Jr., Sports.comm: it takes a village to build a sports facility, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 91 (2011)

Justin P. Grose, Comment, Time to bury the tomahawk chop: an attempt to reconcile the differing viewpoints of Native Americans and sports fans, 35 AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW 695 (2010-2011)

Nicholas Hailey, Note, A false start in the race against doping in sport: concerns with cycling’s biological passport, 61 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 393 (2011)

Elise M. Harris, Book Note, Reviewing Roger I. Abrams, Sports Justice: The Law and Business of Sports, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 309 (2011)

Todd Henderson, Note, The English Premier League’s Home Grown Player rule under the law of the European Union, 37 BROOKLYN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 259 (2011)

William D. Holthaus,, Jr., Note, Ed O’Bannon v. NCAA: do former NCAA athletes have a case against the NCAA for its use of their likenesses?, 55 ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 369 (2010)

Katherine Kaso-Howard, Comment, American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League: Justice Stevens’ last twinkling of an eye, 44 LOYOLA LOS ANGELES LAW REVIEW 1163 (2011)

Kelli Amanda Metzger Knerr, Comment, Beanballs and baseball: private remedies vs. criminal sanctions for violence in baseball, 115 PENN STATE LAW REVIEW 727 (2011)

Trevor Levine, Note, Two worlds collide: salary arbitration for NHL players in the salary cap era, 26 OHIO STATE JOURNAL ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION 729 (2011)

Johan Lindholm, The problem with salary caps under European Union law: the case against financial fair play, 12 TEXAS REVIEW OF ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW 189 (2011)

Jami A. Maul, Comment, America’s favorite “nonprofits”: taxation of the National Football League and sports organizations, 80 UMKC LAW REVIEW 199 (2011)

Eric Meer, Note, The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA): a bad bet for the states, 2 UNLV GAMING LAW JOURNAL 281 (2011)

Michelle L. Modery, Comment, Injury time-out: justifying workers’ compensation awards to retired athletes with concussion-caused dementia, 84 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW 247 (2011)

John M. Newman, Note, Raising the bar and the public interest: on prior restraints, “traditional contours,” and constitutionalizing preliminary injunctions in copyright law, 10 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 323 (2011)

Kimberly Nakamaru, Note, Mining for Manny: electronic search and seizure in the aftermath of United States v. Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc., 44 LOYOLA LAW LAW REVIEW 771 (2011)

Logan O’Shaughnessy, After review: an open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suggesting that limiting the League’s disciplinary power under the personal conduct policy may be in the League’s best interests, 88 UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY LAW REVIEW 527 (2011)

Sarah A. Padove, Comment, Topps gets exclusive license, leaving Upper Deck on the bench: an analysis of Major League Baseball’s antitrust exemption in the modern era, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 235 (2011)

Alan Pogroszewski & Kari Smoker, Cross-checking: an overview of the international tax issues for professional hockey players, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 187-209 (2011)

Nicholas Pompeo, Note, DNA to play: Major League Baseball’s use of DNA testing on Central and South American prospects in the age of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008, 21 HEALTH MATRIX 627 (2011)

Stephen F. Ross, The Supreme Court’s renewed focus on inefficiently structured joint ventures, 14 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW 261 (2011)

Heather R. Quick, Note, Privacy for safety: the NCAA sickle-cell trait testing policy and the potential for future discrimination, 97 IOWA LAW REVIEW 665 (2012)

Ryan Richman, Note, Title IX: the Trojan horse in the struggle for female athletic coaches to attain equal opportunities in intercollegiate sports, 10 VIRGINIA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 376 (2011)

Daniel A. Schwartz, Note, Shutting the back door: using American Needle to cure the problem of improper product definition, 110 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 295 (2011)

2011 Seton Hall University School of Law Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium: Professional and Ethical Dilemmas Facing Attorneys Representing Entities, Athletes and Entertainers,21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 381 (2011)

Jennifer V. Sinisi, Casenote, Gender non-conformity as a foundation for sex discrimination: why Title IX may be an appropriate remedy for the NCAA’s transgender student-athletes, 19 VILLANOVA SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 343 (2012)

Thomas L. Skinner, III, Note, The pendulum swings: Commerce Clause and Tenth Amendment challenges to PASPA, 2 UNLV GAMING LAW JOURNAL 311 (2011)

Ari J. Sliffman, Comment, Unconstitutional hosting of the Super Bowl: anti-ambush marketing clean zones’ violation of the First Amendment, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 257 (2011)

Bari Solomon, Comment, Friend or foe? The impact of technology on professional sports, 20 COMMLAW CONSPECTUS 253 (2011)

Brad Taconi, Third and extremely long: why the elimination of the BCS seems all but impossible, 4 JOURNAL OF BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP & LAW 181 (2010)

Brian D. Tobin, The virtues of common law theories and disclosure requirements in the market for fine art, 21 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 333 (2011)

Joseph P. Trevino, Comment, The WIAA as a state actor: a decade later, Brentwood Academy’s potential effect on Wisconsin interscholastic sports, 22 MARQUETTE SPORTS LAW REVIEW 287 (2011)

Davis Walsh, Note, All a Twitter: social networking, college athletes, and the First Amendment, 20 WILLIAM & MARY BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL 619-650 (2011)

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