Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (4/7/2017)
Hello my friends, and welcome to another edition of the weekly wrap-up. This week’s version comes to you from Philadelphia, where I will be speaking on a panel concerning esports at an amazing event put on by Andrew Brandt and Villanova Law: 2017 Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal Symposium. It is also Masters week, which is something we look forward to every year. Hopefully the bad weather in the surrounding region will stay away for the weekend and give everyone enjoyable views in person and at home. It is the end of the NBA season and my Miami Heat need to finish strong. Never know what surprises they can/will bring once the playoffs begin. Big thanks to LatestBettingSites for keeping the lights on over here this week.
This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Betting On Vegas Raiders, Lakers Lawsuit Over, All In The Familia;
(2) Largest Online Poker Company Sees Surge In Sports And Online Gambling;
(3) Illegal Gambling Case Concerning CS:GO Is Kicked Out Of Court;
(4) Important CS:GO Integrity Issues To Be Tackled By Genius Sports; and
(5) New Declarations Deliver Dirty Details In Case Against Basketball Agent Dan Fegan
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Dan Fegan’s employment agreements with Relativity became public as part of pending lawsuit [Twitter].
- Also the asset purchase agreement Relativity Sports signed with Fegan [Twitter].
- 53-year-old Schwartz: “If you want a set schedule, don’t get into sports” [A Day In the Life of Sports Agent Jeff Schwartz].
- Becomes Harrison Gaines’ first client [Sources: UCLA star Lonzo Ball files draft paperwork, hires representation].
- Jeremy Schaap spoke with Kelli Masters about the difficulties she faces working in a male-dominated field [Kelli Masters, Sports Agent].
- Eugene’s son hopes that when people see the sign, it can inspire them to lead better lives and follow their dreams [Road dedicated to late Eugene Parker, famous sports agent].
- Manager David Winkle doing the dirty work of dealing with the media [Dustin Johnson falls down stairs at rental home; Masters status up in air].