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    • The Hoosier

      Hoosier Daily: August 21

      Don't miss out on any of our exclusive football, basketball and recruiting coverage. Click here to get your 30-day free trial!Tweet of the Day: Looks like adidas is filling out IU athletes for cleats. Pretty cool. Awesome to have @adidasFballUS here

    • Warhawk Report

      Countdown to Kickoff 10: SBC

      After a seemingly endless off-season, the ULM football season is only 10 days away. One of the major goals of every football team across the country is to win their conference. ULM is no different.The Sun Belt as a league has improved greatly in the

    • Forbes

      Legal Inklings On Ink: Are Tattoos Reproduced In Video Games Fair Use?

      Joseph Rothberg I handle high profile commercial disputes and intellectual property litigation across a wide variety of industries. The latest crossover of video games, sports, and intellectual property law is materializing from a surprising source – the reproduction of professional athletes’ tattoos in the popular basketball videogame franchise, NBA 2K. Previously, the most high-profile case involving video games, sports and IP law was arguably a class action by college athletes suing the NCAA, the video-game manufacturer Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Co., for misappropriation of their rights to publicity – i.e. using the athlete’s likeness without their permission in the videogame.