Sports Law

Art Law Handbook

This treatise contains three parts which focus on artists and rights, the business of art and death and taxes. Selected forms are included at the end of each chapter. Last updated in 2004 with a supplement.
Roy S. Kaufman, ed

Art, Artifact and Architecture Law

Coverage includes taxation, bankruptcy, copyright, fraud and forgery, international trade and cultural property as well as the 1990 Visual Artists Rights Act. Appendices contain various federal and state laws as well as international conventions pertaining to art.
Jessica L. Darraby

Entertainment Law : Legal Concepts and Business Practices

This looseleaf treatise covers the entire spectrum of entertainment law issues, from investment issues to distribution issues to privacy and defamation. Glossary and sample forms and checklists are included. Updated regularly.
Thomas D. Selz et. al.

Entertainment Law in a Nutshell

This nutshell provides an overview of the complexities of the entertainment industry. Topics covered include intellectual property, publicity, contracts, estate planning and First Amendment issues unique to the field. 
Sherri L. Burr

Essentials of Sports Law

This is a comprehensive review of legal issues encountered throughout the sports industry, including professional, intercollegiate, Olympic, high school, youth, and adult recreational sport. The text examines contracts and waivers, constitutional law, gender discrimination, drug testing, torts, antitrust, labor, intellectual property, broadcasting, agents, employment law, internet gambling, and disability law.
Glenn M. Wong

Lindey on Entertainment, Publishing, and the Arts, 3d

"This treatise, updated three times yearly, provides coverage of entertainment law, mass communications, and the arts. Includes state-of-the-art forms and detailed guidance for drafting agreements. "
Alexander Lindey and Michael Landau

Sports Law in a Nutshell

This study aid simplifies the complex world of sports law and provides an overview of all its intricacies from contracts, torts, antitrust, liabilities, constitutional implications, labor law, and taxes.
Walter T. Champion, Jr.