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Sluggers Sue Over Performance Enhancing Drug Usage Allegations

In addition to being a busy day on the diamond, October 4 was a busy day off the field for some of Major League Baseball’s biggest stars. On Friday, Albert Pujols and Alex Rodriguez filed lawsuits related to allegations that...more

Baseball Fan Held Not To Have Assumed the Risk of Getting Hit With A Hot Dog

While enjoying a hot dog at a baseball game may be as all-American as the game itself, getting hit by one is not typically part of the plan, at least not according to the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District. ...more

Cherchez les Catalogues Raisonné

The success of the art market depends largely on confidence in the authenticity of artists’ works. Traditionally, a work in an artist’s “catalogue raisonné” has been key to confirming the authenticity, and thus value. To that...more

Media Law Bulletin - December 2011 - 'Cheese'-y Comedy Product Not an Advertising Idea

The case of The Oglio Entertainment Group, Inc. v. Hartford Casualty Ins. Co., 200 Cal. App. 4th 573 (2011), analyzes the distinction between copying an advertising idea and copying a product that is advertised in the context...more

IP/Entertainment Law Weekly Case Update For Motion Picture Studios And Television Networks - February 9 , 2011

Table of Contents • McNamee v. Clemens McNamee v. Clemens, USDC E.D. New York, February 4, 2011 • In defamation action against former baseball player Roger Clemens filed by his former personal trainer, court...more

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