Off to Las Vegas this evening for a real quick getaway before another busy week at Heitner Legal, which includes even more travel. Skipping the sportsbooks on Sunday to partake in some golf, which I hear is superb in and around Vegas. But on Saturday, it’s a big rivalry game between my Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs! The Miami Heat looked pretty good against a weak Orlando Magic team, which has South Florida excited . . . until the first loss comes around.
This week on Forbes:
(1) United Soccer League Sees Attendance Rise 33%;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: Louisville Violations, Derrick Rose Returns, Indians Keep Name And Logo;
(3) Chicago Cubs Counter Trademark Filings During World Series; and
(4) Super League Gaming Raises $5 Million Series C
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Biggest change over the past decade = the amount of people who want to get into the biz [Meet the agents who have their fingers on college basketball coaching changes].
- Shawn O’Dare with his second entry in a new blog that covers his start as an agent [LIFE OF A FIRST YEAR NFL AGENT: ENTRY 2].
- One agent reps both starting quarterbacks in last night’s game – Mariota and Bortles [Twitter].
- Bartman’s “spokesman” is agent Frank Murtha [Whatever happened to Cubs fan Steve Bartman?].
- Retired agent Steve Zucker chimes in [Kapos: The view from Wrigley Field’s best seats].
- Goldberg has been banned after acting for clients in a transaction “that bore the hallmarks of money laundering and/or fraud” [Mel Goldberg struck off after dishonesty finding].