A breakdown of why and how certain members of society are getting tested at different rates. The recent outbreak of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, has disrupted daily life for millions of Americans and individuals worldwide. Social distancing and sanitary measures are reactionary steps the Centers for Disease Control (“CDC”) have suggested, but one of the more critical … [Read more...] about Why NBA Players (and other celebs) are being tested for COVID-19 faster than the general population.
The NBA has seen a number of individuals shape the liberties that current players enjoy. For example: Former Seattle Supersonic turned Phoenix Sun big man, Tom Chambers, gave rise to unrestricted free agency. Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf asserted his right to maintain his personal beliefs regarding the ongoing war(s) when he covered his eyes during the National Anthem Ed … [Read more...] about Euro-stepping the NBA’s age-requirement: Will LaMelo Ball set a blueprint on how to manage the NBA’s age-limit?
LeBron James applied for a trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) this past summer. Typically, trademarks are sought for the exclusive use of a name, image, term, etc., but in James’ case he was more interested in protecting himself from litigation as a spokesman stated “[t]he filing was to protect the company from potential lawsuits should … [Read more...] about What’s In A Name? The NBA’s notable history of trademarks