In this article, Kathyrn McIlroy provides an overview of the lawsuit filed by student athletes against the Ivy League, which focuses on whether the Ivy League’s policy of not offering athletic scholarships is anticompetitive in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Author Micah Kindred discusses deepfakes, the effect this technology has had on individuals, especially women, and potential protections.
In this article, Grant Williams discusses sovereign immunity in the state of Texas and Texas Tech’s use of sovereignty immunity to avoid being sued by their former head coach, Mike Leach. Williams postulates that Texas must reconfigure their sovereign immunity laws in regard to breach of contract suits and calls on Texas Tech to make good on their contractual agreement with Mike Leach.
Caroline Hardig discusses student athletes’ battle with the NCAA over employee status in a new case, Johnson v. NCAA, which could create a circuit split.
In this article, Jared Yaggie explores recent discussion of an International MLB draft. Jared highlights the arguments for and against a draft and offers broad solutions that seek to settle the debate.
In this article, Jared Yaggie sets out to determine who is liable for the circumstances surrounding Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s head injuries suffered during a football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Jared makes a comprehensive analysis of Florida negligence law and applies it to Tagovailoa’s situation.
Associate Member Haley Dominique explores how intercollegiate athletic programs must proceed with caution regarding the new NIL world and Title IX.
Associate Member Stephen Fox considers whether various employment actions by the PGA Tour could be violations of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.
In this article, Jared Yaggie discusses previous litigation that tried and failed to achieve TV broadcasting revenue sharing for student-athletes and makes the argument that an ongoing case seeking the same result fares better due to Alston paving the way for shaving down the NCAA’s compensation restraints.