Major League Baseball (MLB) is a rule laden game both on and off the field for players and executives alike. With the offseason in full swing, MLB’s youngest stars may be in a contractual bind leading to an arbitration hearing. If an MLB player has three or more, but less than six, years of MLB … Continue reading MLB’s contract arbitration could be bad news for Bo Bichette and the Blue Jays
With the NFL playoffs underway, fans have been treated to exciting matchups and some entertaining plays. However, this football season has had multiple serious injuries that raises questions about how safe the game really is for players. Conversations around the NFL’s concussion protocol has been heightened with the Miami Dolphins’ decision to let their starting … Continue reading NFL Concussion Settlement: Can the League Make Football Safer?
Rapper 50 Cent (born Curtis J Jackson III), in a lawsuit titled Jackson v Angela Kogen and Perfection Plastic Surgery,1 is suing a spa for using his image to advertise their penis enlargement services. On December 12, 2022, a judge in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida denied a motion … Continue reading 50 Cent’s Lawsuit Over Penis Enlargement Advertisement Going Forward
In what has been a financially prolific year for student-athletes since the Supreme Court leveed its name, image, and likeness (“NIL”) ruling against the NCAA, settling tides have revealed significant gaps in the coverage of who can be compensated for their likeness. Specifically, international student-athletes attending school on visas who are explicitly barred from working … Continue reading NIL is nil for international students: lessons to learn from Canada’s approach to international students’ off-campus work limits