Entertainment Law

Showing a pay-per-view event at your bar is something that can draw customers and increase revenue. To increase the night’s pull, you may be tempted to broadcast such events via pay-per-view programming, which if not licensed properly, equates to an illegal stream – violating [...]

NCAA Law

The NCAA has been under fire recently The organization is facing multiple lawsuits over its definition of amateurism and whether or not collegiate athletes are fairly treated. Former University of Minnesota football player Kendall Gregory-McGhee recently added to the NCAA’s legal issues by [...]

Entertainment Law

If you own a bar or restaurant, broadcasting the upcoming boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana may seem like a no brainer. By attracting people who want to watch the fight, you can increase food and drink sales to help the bottom line. Also, if the opportunity presents [...]

Entertainment Law

Before acting in a television show, actors and actresses need to sign a contract that outlines the duties of their role. During the filming of a recent episode of “Femme Fatales” for Cinemax, Anne Greene refused to perform a topless sex scene, which Time Warner’s HBO division [...]

Entertainment Law

Creating a television show takes a lot of work, money and long, hard hours. However, this doesn’t mean that producers can neglect compensation laws. It appears as though this may have happened during the production of MTV’s popular reality show “Jersey Shore,” as [...]