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July 21, 2009

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anony

Thanks for this list of resources. I would also recommend the Sports Law Blog:

http://sports-law.blogspot.com/

Tim Zinnecker

A quick search on WESTLAW reveals the following nine articles (or sets of materials) reference the infield fly rule in their titles:

Anthony D’Amato, The Contribution of the Infield Fly Rule to Western Civilization (and Vice Versa), 100 Northwestern U. L. Rev. 189 (2006);
Neil B. Cohen and Spencer Weber Waller, Taking Pop-Ups Seriously: The Jurisprudence of the Infield Fly Rule, 82 Wash U. L. Q. 453 (2004);
Robert M. Jarvis and Phyllis Coleman, The Uncommon Origins of the Common Law Origins of the Infield Fly Rule, 19 Entertainment and Sports Lawyer 17 (2002);
Mark W. Cochran, The Infield Fly Rule and the Internal Revenue Code: An Even Further Aside, 29 William & Mary Law Rev. 567 (1988);
William S. Stevens, The Common Law Origins of the Infield Fly Rule, 123 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1474 (1975);
Joseph Z. Fleming, Labor, Employment Discrimination, and Humanitarian Relief Law Affecting Sports, Art, and Entertainment Industries: Revisiting the Rules of Fair Play and William S. Stevens’ “The Common Law Origins of the Infield Fly Rule” (ALI-ABA materials Jan. 15-17, 2009);
Joseph Z. Fleming, The Use of the Infield Fly Rule and Evaluation of Comments by Yogi Berra as Precedent for Resolving Disputes Under Labor, Employment Discrimination, and Humanitarian Relief Laws Affecting Sports, Arts, and Entertainment Industries (ALI-ABA materials Jan. 20-22, 2005);
Joseph Z. Fleming, The Use of the Infield Fly Rule as Precedent for Resolving Disputes Under Labor, Employment Discrimination and Humanitarian Relief Laws Affecting Sports, Arts, and Entertainment Industries (ALI-ABA materials Jan. 9-11, 2003); and
Margaret A. Berger, Rethinking the Applicability of Evidentiary Rules at Sentencing of Relevant Conduct and Hearsay and the Need for an Infield Fly Rule, 5 Fed. Sent. R. 96 (1992).

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