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Tuesday, September 05, 2006
 
New Sports Law Scholarship

New this week:
Roger I. Abrams, Alcohol, drugs and the National Pastime, 8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW 861 (2006)

Paul A. Fortenberry and Brian E. Hoffman, Illegal muscle--a comparative analysis of proposed steroid legislation and the policies in professional sports’ CBAs that led to the steroid controversy, 5 VIRGINIA SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 121 (2006)

Michael A. McCann, The reckless pursuit of dominion: a situational analysis of the NBA and diminishing player autonomy, 8 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW 819 (2006)

Ryan Connolly, Note, Balancing the Justices in anti-doping law: the need to ensure fair athletic competition through effective anti-doping programs vs. the protection of rights of accused athletes, 5 VIRGINIA SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 161 (2006)

Matthew G. Massari, Note, When fantasy meets reality: the clash between on-line fantasy sports providers and intellectual property rights, 19 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW AND TECHNOLOGY 443 (2006)

Jessica J. Penkal, Comment, When legislative regulation strikes out: proving a products liability case against metal baseball bat manufacturers, 67 MONTANA LAW REVIEW 315 (2006)

Ryan Schaffer, A piece of the rock (or the Rockets): the viability of widespread public offerings of professional sports franchises, 5 VIRGINIA SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 201 (2006)

Matt Williams, Note, Making encouraged expression impercep-tible: the Family Movie Act of 2005 is inconsistent with the purpose of American copyright, 5 VIRGINIA SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 233 (2006)





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