The debate surrounding compensating college athletes has been ongoing for decades. Until now, a court has not ruled on whether college athletes should be compensated for their service. The Ninth Circuit recently ruled that amateur compensation rules are commercial in nature and anticompetitive. Following the Ninth Circuit’s lead, California proposed a bill that may soon
Thinking about starting a new business? Let’s pause for a minute and weigh some important considerations before you start the hiring process or sign that commercial lease. First, protect yourself by setting up an entity. In the unfortunate event that a lawsuit is brought against your business, a company that is properly set-up and well-maintained can
Updated: June 30, 2020 On Monday, March 4, 2019, the United States Supreme Court issued two important – and unanimous – rulings regarding United States copyright law. One of the two cases, captioned Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com, LLC (Case No. 17-571), resolved a long- standing circuit split in the U.S. regarding what constitutes copyright “registration” for
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