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You Can Bet on It...Maybe: Understanding the Landscape of Legalized Sports Wagering

Background

In May 2018, the Supreme Court’s decision in Murphy v. NCAA struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Act of 1992 (“PASPA”), overturning the ban on state-sponsored sports gambling.   1,254 more words

Sports Law

ESLJ special issue: Entertainment and Alcohol Licensing Law and the Night Time Economy

ESLJ have released a new call for submissions on the topic of Entertainment Law and the Night Time economy. Abstracts required 14 October 2018. Full details from ESLJ’s announcements page.

Creative Industries

Radio Giant Cumulus Media, Inc. Emerges from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

By: Taylor Bullard

Cumulus Media, Inc. announced on June 4, 2018 that it has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, reducing its total debt balance by $1.04 billion. 701 more words

MMA Still Fighting its Way Through Congress

Previously we reported on the Music Modernization Act, a bill proposed to ensure digital music services pay fair royalties to the copyright holders, and where it stands during its process to be become an enacted bill. 531 more words

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“Entertainment Law is not as Entertaining as Entertainment”
― Kalyan C. Kankanala

This quote is very fitting in beginning this blog, since any attorney who deals with Entertainment law can tell you, the law behind what we love at concerts, book signings, Twitch streams etc.

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Entertainment Law

I need an inexpensive entertainment attorney to submit my screenplay? Help!!

LEGAL QUESTION: I am in desperate need of submitting my screenplay, animation. Netflix, as well as other companies will not except unsolicited material unless you have an agent or entertainment attorney submit you material.  177 more words

Do you handle marketing and pitching reality shows?

REAL LEGAL QUESTION: I have a reality script that I want marketed and have concerns about cost. I am confident that I have a winner but do not have much disposable income to launch my product. 304 more words