Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (9/20/2013)
I am making my yearly trip up to Gainesville, Florida and very excited to be in the Swamp to see the Gators take on the Tennessee Volunteers this weekend. It was a great week of work, including the amazing honor of receiving a 40 under 40 award by the Daily Business Review, honoring 40 South Florida attorneys under the age of 40-years-old. Next Friday, I am off to Costa Rica for a good friend’s bachelor party. But for now, back to business. On FORBES: (1) Real-Money Fantasy Football Competition Comes To The iPhone And iPad; (2) Texas A&M Vs. Alabama Point Spread Grows But Bettors Believe In Crimson Tide; (3) Johnny Manziel’s Trademark Battle: Johnny Football Vs. Juanito Fútbol; (4) Seattle Seahawks And San Francisco 49ers Make Use Of New Performance Enhancing Device; (5) PGA Tour Golfer Jordan Spieth Striking Gold On-And-Off The Course; and (6) Federal Online Poker Legislation: Coming To America Or Shipwrecked In Congress? And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Have to love the Packers’ case [How every NFL owner made their money].
- Hope it fairs better than the XFL, AAFL, UFL… [SFL Announces 2015 Kickoff Date].
- Jon Perzley represents Jermaine Cunningham, Lerentee McCray, Justin Trattou and Sharrif Floyd [UF graduate now representing Gators].
- Formerly represented by Rudy Santin and Manny Paula [Cuban infielder Guerrero said to sign with Boras].
- Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson will remain in South FL [SugarTime Expands Offices to New York].
- Agent Andy Invess talks about the global volleyball job market [Spiking For Dollars].
- But a sale is unlikely to affect CAA’s presence there [CAA’s Century City Office Building Listed for Sale].