Showing posts with category "legal"

"Looking at the Monopsony in the Mirror"

Although still a distant second to monopoly, buyer power and monopsony are hot topics in the antitrust community. Despite the increasing interest in monopsony

April 8, 2022

What to do if you’ve been injured in a sporting accident

As you might expect, sports injury claims are common. Whether your chosen sport involves a ball, a puck, fast cars on a track or padded gloves in a ring, over

February 16, 2022

Sports Law & Economics

Much of the scholarly work of sports economists would be reasonably categorised as "law & economics" type work. So recently, when our friends at the

February 15, 2022

Copyright decision threatens value of Australian internet media rights

Yesterday (1 Feb 2012), Federal Court of Australia Justice Rares ruled in favour of Optus (SingTel), Australia's second-largest telecommunications company, in

May 12, 2020
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NFL Draft Trifecta

If Phil Miller's Saturday post on the NFL draft is Day 1, and Brian Goff's Monday post on the NFL draft is Day 2, let's finish this off the trifecta with a

January 11, 2020