Sports and entertainment law can involve litigation, transactional, and regulatory work, and similarly, sports and entertainment lawyers work in practice areas as diverse as antitrust law, contract law, employment and labor law, and intellectual property law. In this issue, Jeff Cohen shares the basics of entertainment law, and Roger Abrams gives advice on how to become a sports lawyer. We also look at artful negotiation, the gender pay gap in professional sports, and we hear from the grandfather of computer games law.
This issue of TYL In Focus is another great addition to your digital library. (TYL In Focus: Sports and Entertainment Law, Volume 3 Issue 11, Published September 2016, copyright American Bar Association.)
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