A Candid Discussion with Coach Tommy Amaker – Teach, Lead, Serve: A Playbook For Coaches in a Time of Crisis

On Thursday, March 19, 2021, the Buffalo Sports and Entertainment Law Society was fortunate enough to speak with Tommy Amaker, Head Coach of the Harvard Crimson men’s basketball team.  Coach Amaker has an impressive resume.  On top of being an All-American player himself, he coached for the University of Michigan, Seton Hall University, and assisted... Continue Reading →


Photo Source: HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas Esports stands for "electronic sports." It describes the world of competitive, organized video gaming. It allows people from all over the world to connect and play games together in real time. In 2020, there were 496 million esports followers. It is predicted that, by 2023, there will be... Continue Reading →

Facebook: A Social Media Monopoly?

Photo Source: Fader On December 9, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) sued Facebook for illegal monopolization, a violation of federal antitrust law. In a parallel lawsuit, New York Attorney General Letitia James, leading a bipartisan coalition of 48 attorney generals from around the nation, also sued Facebook to stop its anticompetitive conduct. The overarching... Continue Reading →

Movie Theaters Reopening in New York

Photo Source: Variety Movie theaters were forced to shut down in March due to the pandemic. Large movie theater chains, such as Regal and AMC, were uncertain if they would be able to continue operating. These companies went months without generating revenue, forcing them to furlough staff, apply for federal assistance, and raise money through... Continue Reading →

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