Timothy Liam Epstein JD

Timothy Liam EPSTEIN makes guest appearance at DePaul's College of Law

DePaul's Entertainment and Sports Law Society invites speakers who are industry leaders in the field of sports and entertainment law to lead discussions in an informal setting during the lunch hour. On November 7, 2016, Tim appeared at the University to provide students with inisght as to what a typical day may consist of for an attorney whose work concerns issues related to professional sports and entertainment.

Timothy Liam EPSTEIN joins a panel of experts in presenting a live webinar for the American Bar Association entitled "Brand Ownership and Rights of Publicity: The Athlete's and Entertainer's Perspective."

The panel consists of attorneys who specialize in intellectual property law and discuss various right of publicity, trademark, and copyright issues confronted by athletes and entertainers. Tim specifically focuses on intellectual property issues related to the collegiate student-athlete with an emphasis placed on developing, monetizing, and protecting intellectual property rights.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Published Timothy Liam EPSTEIN'S Article Entitled "Last-minute Hall of Fame game fumble may be costly."

Timothy Liam Epstein discusses the NFL's last minute decision to cancel the 2016 annual Hall of Fame Game and the backlash to which it now faces.


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Published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin; "Baseball commissioner has several ways to punish Cards." - Written by Timothy Liam EPSTEIN

During his tenure as the Cardinals’ baseball development director, Christopher Correa hacked into the Houston Astros’ database on several occasions between March 2013 and June 2014. Correa stole Houston’s intellectual property in the form of player evaluations, trade discussions with other teams and scouting reports.

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