Articles of Interest (Nov. 1-15, 2020)

Members of the Sports & Entertainment Law Section (“SEL”) found the following recent third-party articles to be of potential interest to Section members. Feel free to reach out to the Communications Co-chairs (Kelly Ryan and Jourdan Williams) if you would like to submit either personally written pieces or other third-party articles that would be of interest to SEL members.

  1. NFL Sunday Ticket TV Case Denied Supreme Court Review
  2. Emily Ratajkowski Says Instagram Post is Fair Use in “Extortion” Copyright Case
  3. Sports court opens 4-day hearing in Russian doping case
  4. North Carolina Left Behind As Tennessee Debuts Sports Betting
  5. What Ban In 9 Days? TikTok Inks a Massive Licensing Agreement With Sony Music
  6. U.S. Copyright Office Releases New Resource On The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
  7. Facial Recognition at Sports Venues: Enhancing the Gameday Experience While Minimizing Liability
  8. Game, set, match: Sometimes the photo is the story
  9. Beyonce partners with Peloton
  10. Truman Capote Charity Suing Paramount Over ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ Rights
  11. In Twitch’s Fight With the Music Industry, Streamers Are Paying The Price
  12. Judge Dismisses Donald Trump’s Libel Suit Against CNN
  13. Internet Service Provider (ISP) Cox Communications Found Liable to the Tune of $1 Billion For Allowing Users to Illegally Share Music Files on Peer-to-Peer Networks
  14. How The Change In Us Administration May Affect The Sports Industry
  15. Is a Tattoo Protected by Copyright? Is it Infringed if it Appears in a Computer Game?