Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (5/21/2010)
I am smack in the middle of Week 1 of studying for the Florida and Multistate Bar Exam. If I had no time management skills, I would crash and burn trying to manage studying for this mega test along with everything else I am doing at the same time. I wish I were out in Arizona instead, enjoying the Sports Lawyers Association’s 36th Annual Conference. By the way, can I please lock in my season tickets now on the condition that the Miami Heat sign Wade, James, and Bosh? It could happen…right? A little over two weeks until the MLB Rule 4 Draft, and we are still adding to the list of players that we are advising every week. Meanwhile, our MLB affiliated players continue to perform well. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- I can’t imagine what Drew Rosenhaus thought to himself when he came across this [UScream: NFL Lineman Showers Live On Internet].
- Already talking about his endorsement appeal and he hasn’t even taken a snap yet with his new team [Will move to D.C. increase Donovan McNabb’s sponsor capital?].
- I would like to read more about financial advisors offering financial discipline to their clients [A rookie’s most important business decision].
- A college football player’s take on the NCAA licensing players’ likeness during and after their collegiate careers [Should The NCAA Forever Own My Rights?].
- The not-so-glamorous world of negotiating low-round rookie contracts [Negotiating the lower-round rookie deals].
- A good clause for agents to try to place in their vets contracts [Players Who Cannot Be Offered Arbitration].
- What actions teams have taken leading up to June 7-9 [Behind The Scenes Of The MLB Draft].
- My read of the week – about Hank Greenberg’s son, Steve Greenberg [The king of the sports deal].