Berkeley J. of Entertainment & Sports Law
The Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law (BJESL) is dedicated to providing a multifarious selection of intellectual and practical discussions from scholars, practitioners, and students on legal issues that contemporaneously impact various entertainment industries, domestically and internationally. As an interactive and electronic law review, BJESL presents a unique platform for rich discourse on legal topics regarding copyright, trademark, art, sports, film and television, communications and broadcast media, First Amendment, right to privacy, music, antitrust and unfair competition, and contracts, among others.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2019)
Let Them Eat Cable: Potential Sherman Act Liability when Media Giants Collaborate in Direct-to-Consumer Offerings
Daniel M. Isaacson and Samantha P. Koppel