Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law publishes new issue

The latest issue of the Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, published online by students at Harvard Law School, features these articles:
  • Political Recording of the Contemporary Celebrity and the First Amendment, by David Tan
  • Antitrust & The Bowl Championship Series, by Nathaniel Grow
  • Caught in the Copyright Rye: Freeing First Amendment Interests from the Constraints of the Traditional View, by Arlen W. Langvardt and Tara E. Langvardt
  • Biting the Hand That Feeds: Why the Attempt to Impose Additional Performance Fees on iTunes Is a Search For Dollars Without Sense, by Jesse A. Bland
  • The Americans With Disabilities Act, The United States Anti-Doping Agency, and the Effort Toward An Equal Opportunity: A Case Study of the United States Anti-Doping Agency v. George Hartman Matter, by Travis Tygart and Anthony R. Ten Haagen