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Sports and Entertainment Law

Course Abbreviation: 
LWPER 997
Credits: 
3
Credit Only: N Anon Gr: N

This course explores how various areas of the law impact the sports and entertainment industry. The "law" that is used by most sports lawyers is principally the application of settled principles of other legal fields to the sports industry: contract law, labor law, tax law, products liability law, intellectual property law, etc. The course then focuses on important areas that provide the foundational principles that drive the outcome of most legal disputes arising in the sports and entertainment industry. The course also examines on certain areas of the law such as antitrust, labor, and constitutional law, that have specific and unique applications to sports and entertainment.

Prerequisites: 
None
Faculty: 
Stanley M. Brand,