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    Tour de Fallout
    She Wore an Itsy-Bitsy Teeny Weeny Fastkin® LZR Racer?? – Competitive Swimming Goes Hi-Tech
    Off-Sides: Can Nationally Mandated Efforts to Develop Talent Run Afoul of EU Anti-Discrimination Laws?  

    June 2008

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    What's the "Big" Idea?  Well, for Starters, It's Not Something You Can Trademark
    Can't Touch This … At Least Not in California
    Strawberries & Cream (Wimbledon Grass) Served with French Bordeaux (French Open Clay) – Tennis Anyone? 

    March/April 2009

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    Pay Me if You Want to Play Me: Former Cornhusker Quarterback Seeks Payday for Virtual College Athletes 
    Advantage, Agassi: Nevada District Court Grants Injunction Against Cybersquatters
    At Least When it Comes to the Use of Names and Likenesses, the World of Sneakers May Not Be So Free 

    June 2009

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    Sudden Death Avoided: Ban on NHL Canadian Charter Flights Slapped Away
    There’s No Crying in Baseball – Even If You Get Hit by a Loose Bat
    Olympic-Sized Considerations: Federal Court Grants Trademark Infringer a Reprieve

    September 2009

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    Where Have You Gone Carl Lewis?
    All's Fair in Love and War … But What About in (Ambush) Marketing
    Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle - Can Live Sports Content be Controlled?

    July 2008

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    A Personal Foul?
    What’s In a Name? Washington Redskins’ Trademarks Safe for Now, But for How Long
    Honesty is the Best Policy: Perjury and Performance Enhancing Drugs

    August 2008

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    Only in America – Is It Possible to Defame a [Don] King?
    Robby Gordon is No GEM – Gillett Evernham Motorsports Seeks to Leave #7 at the Starting Line
    Still Donning a Cap: NCAA Settles Lawsuit over Athletic Scholarships

    September 2008

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    Clemens' Defamation Case Rocketed Out of Court
    I Pity the Fool:  "The Natural" Loses Steel Cage Match with Promoter
    The Writing Is on the Wall (and May Soon Be on the Jumbotron Maryland Court Rules the Redskins Must Do More for Their Deaf and Hard of Hearing Fans
    Postscript - A Personal Foul

    February 2009

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    Sudden Death Avoided: Ban on NHL Canadian Charter Flights Slapped Away
    There’s No Crying in Baseball – Even If You Get Hit by a Loose Bat
    Olympic-Sized Considerations: Federal Court Grants Trademark Infringer a Reprieve

    May 2009

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    Toy Manufacturer Attempts to ‘Slip ‘n Slide’ from Paying Judgment
    Just a Drop of Gas Left in Antitrust Suit against NASCAR!
    Federal Circuit Says “USC You Later” to The University of South Carolina’s Trademark Application for Interlocking “SC” Log

    January - February 2010