56 Federal Communications Law Journal 377 (2004)
Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is one of the most unique and beloved baseball stadiums in the country. In recent years, however, the owners of several rooftop viewing platforms near the stadium provided the Cubs with unwanted off-field competition for ticket revenues. This Note discusses the intersection of sports, property rights, and copyright law in the context of recent dilemmas and litigation by professional sports organizations and teams. Although this Note briefly touches on the Lanham Act, the Author's focus remains on copyright law and the FCC's support for proprietary rights in sports.
"Rocking Wrigley: The Chicago Cubs' Off-Field Struggle to Compete for Ticket Sales with its Rooftop Neighbors,"
Federal Communications Law Journal:
2, Article 5.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol56/iss2/5