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Las Vegas hockey team revealed: The Golden Knights

A brief update on my post a few months ago about the new NHL team based in Las Vegas, scheduled to begin play in October 2017. As I discussed in my post, the team created some publicity by revealing only part of the team name...more

A new NHL team: The Las Vegas Silver (or Desert) (or Golden) Knights

Have you heard about the NHL’s newest, not-yet-fully-named hockey team, based in Las Vegas? Although the team’s inaugural season will not begin until October 2017, season tickets have already sold out. This exciting news was...more

NHL Scores Big on Attorneys' Fees Against Nondebtors

Last fall, the National Hockey League (NHL) enjoyed a big off-ice victory when the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona found that it was entitled to recover from Jerry and Vickie Moyes and the Jerry and Vickie...more

MLB Settles, Leaving Unanswered Questions: Do Sports Leagues’ Regional Blackout Agreements Violate Antitrust Laws?

In the wake of Major League Baseball’s settlement of antitrust claims on the eve of trial, the central question from the lawsuit remains: are sports leagues’ exclusive broadcasting territories for live games an antitrust...more

Win At All Costs?: A Glimpse Into Trade Secrets In The Sports And Entertainment Industry

It is one of those magical times during the year when sports fanatics can enjoy three major American sports all at the same time: the MLB playoffs are in full swing; the NFL season has finally kicked off; and the NHL saw the...more

NHL Team Denied Deduction for Road Meals?

We noticed these recent items regarding the U.S. IRS denial of a 100% deduction by the NHL Boston Bruins hockey club in respect of the team’s provision of meals to employees during road trips. In Canada, section 67.1 of...more

Tax Law Blog: Netting Tax Savings Found to be a Goal of Many NHL Free Agents

A recent study revealed that a majority of National Hockey League (NHL) players changing teams choose teams in locations with lower taxes. The study, “Major Penalty for High Taxes” was jointly conducted by the Canadian...more

Neutral arbitrators in sports: What makes it fair?

"Neutrality has been defined as a state of mind, a certain distance that the arbitrator establishes vis-a-vis his or her legal, political and religious background.” It is not a concept that it necessarily grounded in...more

Tennessee Tax Year in Review

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP’s State and Local Tax Team would like to share our year-end review—revisiting some interesting Tennessee tax developments for 2014 and announcing our annual “Tennessee Tax Issue of the Year.”...more

NHL Players Defrauded in Series of Investment Schemes

National Hockey League Players were the primary victims of a series of fraudulent investment schemes orchestrated by financial adviser Phillip Kenner and former professional race car driver Tommy Hormovitis. Collectively, the...more

The NHL And Compliance: Some Thoughts From Alexandra Wrage On Doing Business Ethically

This past week I chaired the Beacon Events Corruption and Compliance – Asia Congress 2013 conference....more

NHL's Lawyer: Lockouts Are 'Necessary' Weapons [Video]

Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Batterman, senior member of the Sports Law Group at Proskauer Rose LLP, talks with Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck about his representation of the National Hockey League during recent negotiations...more

Reputation Rehab: Coming Out Ahead After a Tough Time

No one wants to face a public relations nightmare. But when controversy threatens to damage your image, you should seize the opportunity to make strategic changes and put forth some positive messaging. All eyes are on you:...more

What Can the NHL Lockout Teach Us About Mediating Non-Compete and Trade Secret Disputes?

After 113 days, the NHL lockout ended with the NHL and its players association reporting that they have reached a tentative deal. Although they say that a lot of i's need to be dotted and t's need to be crossed, it looks as...more

End of the Dark Ages? Lawsuits Put Sports TV Blackout Rules to the Test

Could the New York Yankees sell the broadcasting rights to their games to cable companies and subscribers in Mississippi? Could a Los Angeles Kings fan living on the East Coast pay to watch a crucial, late-season game live...more

Challenge To Alleged Restraints On Baseball And Hockey Programming Survive Motion To Dismiss And Advance To The Next Round Of...

Have you ever been away from home when your favorite baseball or hockey team is playing an important game? Ever wished you could watch that game, and just that game, live while you are on the road? If plaintiffs in Laumann v....more

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