Amicus brief in Dryer v. NFL

Mark McKenna and I drafted a law professors’ amicus in Dryer v. NFL, a right of publicity case now on appeal in the 8th Circuit. We argued for a strong First Amendment standard for non-advertising speech as well as for copyright preemption of right of publicity claims based on ordinary exploitation of copyrighted works.

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