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May 2018 Archives

Shouldn’t college athletes benefit from their names, likenesses?

Rationally thinking marketing executives from any American company wouldn’t even consider running a high-profile ad campaign that used a celebrity’s name and image without duly compensating that public figure. Doing so would run expressly afoul of state and federal laws and subject an infringer to monetary and other penalties.

Competition-limiting contract riders examined, Part 2

Imagine that a musical act you want to see is slated to appear next spring at the celebrated Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the Southern California desert. Tickets are a bit steep for you, but you’ve been hearing some buzz that your favorite band might play at a smaller festival in an adjoining state a couple months later. Obviously, you’re buoyed by that.