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Madness No More, Place Your Bet At Work In Tennessee
In addition to recently passing a bill legalizing online sports betting, the Tennessee Legislature recently codified the time-honored tradition of friendly office wagering through fantasy sports
United States
12 Aug 2019
Race To The Courthouse: Why Maximum Security Might Lose The Kentucky Derby Twice
For 22 minutes, Maximum Security and owner Gary West were winners of the 145th Kentucky Derby.
United States
30 May 2019
Fantasy Sports Operators, Draftkings And Fanduel, Cleared To Use Players' Names, Pictures, And Stats Without Their Consent Because That Material Is "Newsworthy"
On October 24, 2018, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that online fantasy sports operators, DraftKings, Inc. and FanDuel, Inc., were permitted to use former collegiate athletes' names, pictures, and statistics without their consent because it determined that material to be newsworthy.
United States
5 Nov 2018
Sports Torts And Courts
Who has not been injured in a recreational, athletic activity?
United States
4 May 2018
The Water In Rio Isn't The Only Thing To Worry About – So Are Olympic Hashtags
Social media is buzzing with Olympic hashtags, particularly #Rio2016 and #TeamUSA.
United States
12 Aug 2016
Daily Fantasy Sports Contests – Illegal Gambling Or Not?
Nationwide, the Daily Fantasy Sports ("DFS") Industry, including heavy hitter players DraftKings and FanDuel, is growing exponentially but not without controversy.
United States
28 Jan 2016
The Unintended Consequences Of Public Ownership Of Sports Stadiums – The NFL Meets Concealed Carry Gun Permits
A recent opinion from the Tennessee Attorney General's office, No. 15-63, July 29, 2015, illustrates some of the unintended consequences of private enterprises using publicly owned facilities.
United States
10 Aug 2015
Lance Armstrong’s Perjured Doping Testimony Earns Him A $10 Million Sanction In Arbitration
Sanctions, especially of this type and magnitude, are not widely recognized in arbitration, which shows that arbitration, like litigation, is not always as predictable as the researching eye would hope.
United States
8 Apr 2015
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