NCAA Law

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest sports law news, you’ve probably heard Texas A&M Defensive Coordinator John Chavis will face a jury of his peers regarding his alleged breach of contract with Louisiana State University. The Advocate reported Baton Rouge District Judge [...]

Sports Law

For those of you who follow mixed martial arts, Georges St-Pierre’s name certainly rings a bell. According to the famed fighter’s website, St-Pierre has been training since he was 7 years old, when he started studying Kyokushin karate. Since then, the 170-lbs fighter earned 25 wins, [...]

Entertainment Law

The reality behind breaking the law on TV Reality television participants don’t always stroll on the right side of the law, but, lucky for them, they’re not going to get arrested for breaking the law on tv if the police fail to show up before they leave.  The reality show business [...]

Entertainment Law

The embattled Trans-Pacific Partnership certainly has its share of detractors, but it seems Hollywood is not one of them. In fact, the film industry could benefit from the free trade deal if it is approved by the governments of the 12 member nations.  Mixed feelings towards the Trans-Pacific [...]

Entertainment Law

Why You Should Form an SPE Special purpose entities are game-changers for filmmakers looking for effective and cost-cutting ideas to improve the shooting and production processes which is why it is important to know how to form an SPE. The tax, management and accounting advantages that [...]

Entertainment Law

Everything You Need to Know about the SPE When expenses grow as large as they do in filmmaking, it is important to keep accounting straightforward as well as establish clear roles for participants. Film producers can achieve each of these goals through special purpose entities also known as the [...]