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Number Name Credit Type Offering

PUBG7801

Administrative Law

This course studies the theory of administrative actions; administrative process; agency organization; determination and promulgation of the administrative regulations; right to notice and hearing; enforcement; judicial review; standing; and the Administrative Procedure Act.



3

Lecture

in-class

INDL7305

Entertainment Law

This course is a general survey and analysis of substantive areas of law relating to the production, distribution and exhibition of products and services in the entertainment and media industries. Areas surveyed include music, film, television, cable, publishing, legitimate stage, the online entertainment industry and the regulation of attorneys, agents and managers. It treats the creation, ownership and regulation of entertainment speech with emphasis on the first amendment, defamation, the right of privacy, the right of publicity, copyright, trademark, unfair competition, the law of ideas, moral rights, theories of credit, contract law and sources of regulation of professionals who work in the entertainment and media industry.



3

Lecture

in-class

INDL7325

Gaming Law

An examination of the gaming industry from legal and business perspectives. You will learn about federal, tribal, and state laws that govern casinos and other wagering and gaming venues, both in-person and online. The course also covers common ethical and business concerns in the industry, including gambling addiction and creating cultures of compliance.



3

Lecture

in-class

INDL7323

Introduction to Hospitality Law

This course examines legal issues in the hospitality industry including licensing, franchise agreements, torts, contracts, and corporate and property law.



3

Lecture

in-class

INDL7308

Sports Law

An exploration of the impact of the legal system on the sports industry in America, particularly the sources of legal authority, development and recognition of property rights in sports and the substantive principles of contract law. The course examines the legal relationships among athletes, teams, leagues, governing bodies, sports facilities, licensees, agents and fans, as threaded together through contract, property, labor, intellectual property, constitutional, and tort law. We will also study the legal implications of the financial and business platforms relating to the sports industry.



Note: Take-Home Exam (for JD Students)

2

Lecture

in-class