Volume XV


Issue 1


One For Twenty-Five: The Federal Courts Reverse a Decision of the NFL’s Disability Board For the First Time Since 1993 in Jani v. Bert Bell/Pete Rozelle NFL Player Retirement Plan
by Derek Marks

Inequality in the Game vs. “Inequality in the Legal System”:  The Constitutionality of Searches and Seizures in United States v. Comprehensive Drug Testing
by Elizabeth Rocco 


Professional Athletes Playing Video Games – The Next Prohibited “Other Activity?”
by Jonathan M. Etkowicz

The Graduate Transfer Rule: Is the NCAA Unnecessarily Hindering Student-Athletes From Traversing the Educational Paths They Desire?
by William C. Martin

Political Balk: Opening the Door for U.S.-Cuba Policy Reform Via Diplomatic Blunder at the World Baseball Classic
by John O’Brien

Issue 2


The Duke Lacrosse Matter as a Case Study of the Right to Reply to Prejudicial Pretrial Extrajudicial Publicity Under Rule 3.6(c)
by James R. Devine

“J.J. Morrison” and His Right of Publicity Lawsuit Against the NCAA
by Sean Hanlon & Ray Yasser


Like a Candle in the Wind:  Shaw Family Archives, LTD. v. CMG Worldwide, Inc. and the Flickering Recognition of Marilyn Monroe’s Right of Publicity in New York
by John C. Fuller

Drunk or Disabled?  The Legal and Social Consequences of Roy Tarpley’s Discrimination Claim Against the NBA
by Robin L. Muir


Baseball Juiced Up:  Should the Increased Risk Associated With the Use of Performance-Enhancing Substances Create Tort Liability?
by Gregory D. Hanscom

“Celebritysquatting”:  The Ubiquity of Celebrity Culture and the Unique Problem It Presents for Domain Name Ownership
by Sarah Noel Sheffield



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