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Although the NFL season ended with last night’s Super Bowl matchup between the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks and the AFC champion Denver Broncos, ongoing concerns surrounding the league’s concussion litigation will ensure that professional football remains in the headlines throughout the offseason. In August 2013, the NFL agreed to a historic $765 million settlement [...]Continue Reading →
On February 10, 2012 By Katharine Skinner February 9, 2012
Last Sunday, millions of people tuned in to watch “the big game.” Everyone knows what “the big game” means (…just in case, it is an unofficial title for the Super Bowl). Restaurants and stores all advertise their wares with banners telling you to either to “Stock up” or “Come on in” for “the [...]Continue Reading →
On February 11, 2011 By Sean Wlodarczyk February 11, 2011
In the news. . .
The King’s Speech involved with American Humane Society over impermissible use of their trademarked phrase “No animals were harmed” during the film’s credits.
The Future of Music Coalition kicks off new study to determine all the ways musicians can generate revenue in today’s music landscape.
Court [...]Continue Reading →
As I sit here a few hours before my beloved Green Bay Packers face our hated rivals — the Chicago Bears — for the right to play in Super Bowl XLV, I am struck at the thought of what will happen after the season ends and all the teams are finished. If you have been [...]Continue Reading →
Former Mean Girl, Lindsay Lohan filed a lawsuit on March 8 in New York’s Nassau County Supreme Court against E-Trade alleging that the milkaholic baby, Lindsay, in E-Trade’s Super Bowl commercial is actually a portrayal of herself. Lindsay is trying to milk E-Trade for 100 million dollars in damages and an [...]Continue Reading →
For the first time since 1999, Valentine’s Day was on a Sunday, meaning that people in at least 14 states spent the loneliest of holidays with limited (or no) ability to buy alcohol–yikes. Given the religious significance attached to Sunday, many states prohibit certain activities on the day, like purchasing alcohol. [...]Continue Reading →
Some T-shirt vendors were asking this question after they received cease-and-desist letters from the National Football League compelling them to stop selling shirts that included the traditional cheer of New Orleans Saints fans.
The NFL had asserted rights to “who dat” earlier last week through the Florida Department of State, [...]Continue Reading →
It appears the National Football League could be headed towards a scenario that some might conceivably categorize as “Plaxico-esque”– referring to former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress who accidently shot himself in the leg last November. The NFL dominates the pro sports landscape in the United States, but if recent reports [...]Continue Reading →
Third Circuit Overturns CBS's Indecency Penalty Stemming from the 2004 Super Bowl "Wardrobe Malfunction"
On July 27, 2008 By JETLaw July 27, 2008
On Monday, July 21, 2008, the Third Circuit in CBS Corp. v. FCC overturned the fines levied against CBS for the so-called “Wardrobe Malfunction” that occurred during the 2004 Super Bowl Halftime Show. The 2004 fine of $550,000 was the largest ever against a television broadcaster at the time. CBS paid the fine [...]Continue Reading →
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