Entertainment & Sports Law

Entertainment & Sports Law

Adrian Peterson of Vikings suspended without pay for rest of season after plea in child-abuse case

Law Firms

Top showbiz team is exiting O’Melveny for Latham

Entertainment & Sports Law

Rolling Stones settle $12.7M insurance claim over shows canceled due to Jagger’s girlfriend’s death

Careers

This Duquesne law grad surpassed his aspirations when he filed a groundbreaking NFL concussion suit

Privacy Law

Lawyer for Jameis Winston tweets accuser’s name; could he be held liable?

Trials & Litigation

Feds claim Yankees star A-Rod paid personal assistant $900K to keep quiet

Trials & Litigation

PGA star claims law firm stole $3M to help cover shortfall after managing partner embezzlement

Profile

On the Ball: NBA union’s new leader called ‘relentless, brilliant’

National Pulse

Losing to the Spread: New Jersey suffers a setback in its bid for a sports gambling law

Entertainment & Sports Law

Leagues win a restraining order against NJ racetrack that wanted to allow sports gambling

Intellectual Property Law

Actor in ‘Goodfellas’ sues Fox for $250M, says wise guy in ‘Simpsons’ cartoon is based on him

Entertainment & Sports Law

FIFA’s culture of secrecy criticized by former US Atty who investigated World Cup bidding process

Criminal Justice

Judge’s ‘media whores’ remark doesn’t offend Adrian Peterson’s lawyer, but DA wants recusal

Features

Thou Shalt Not Cheat: The lawyer who took down Lance Armstrong is on a mission

Precedents

Oct. 6, 1958: Quiz Show Hearings Begin

Copyright Law

Satellite radio services dealt a blow when judge rules for Turtles members in copyright dispute

Trials & Litigation

Widow of author Tom Clancy battles lawyer over $6M in estate taxes

Legislation & Lobbying

State law may ban Nik Wallenda’s plan to walk Windy City tightrope

Entertainment & Sports Law

Vikings’ Adrian Peterson says sorry for hurting son, 4, in latest incident to test new NFL policy

Entertainment & Sports Law

BigLaw partner is tapped to investigate NFL’s handling of Ray Rice evidence