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The NCAA has long fought to preserve amateurism in collegiate sports. As a result, NCAA athletes have not been able to profit off of their name, image, and likeness (NIL). However, that recently changed when California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act, making it legal for athletes at California universities […]

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This past Wednesday, the Supreme Court decided Aereo’s fate in a much-anticipated opinion regarding the legality of capturing over-the-air television broadcasts and delivering them via the Internet.

Aereo, a New York based start-up company, provides consumers the ability to watch television programs as they are being broadcasted on Internet connected devices. Since […]

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Patent Lawsuits are “So Hot”

On October 5, 2010 By

Paris Hilton may have just settled a lawsuit with Hallmark over a greeting card that allegedly violated her publicity rights, but she may find herself “entangled” in another lawsuit regarding Celebrity Signatures International’s Paris Hilton Hair Extensions.

Celebrity Signatures International, also known as “Hair […]

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