Jay Dougherty

Professor of Law, Loyola Law School

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Professor of Law at Loyola Law School and an expert on entertainment law and publicity rights

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After his acquittal on charges of murder, OJ Simpson was slapped with a $33.5 million judgment in civil court, which held him liable for two killings.  But the survivors of Nicole…

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After his acquittal on charges of murder, OJ Simpson was slapped with a $33.5 million judgment in civil court, which held him liable for two killings.  But the survivors of Nicole…

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