This week, I celebrated two years of being in a relationship with the woman I currently consider my fiancee, who will ultimately become my wife in December. Unfortunately for her, the anniversary fell on the second day of a trial I was litigating, so the festivities have been suspended for this weekend. The NBA Playoffs are pretty intolerable to watch. As a South Florida resident, it is also not easy to watch professional hockey, despite how compelling the game play may be. Can’t it be football season already?
This week on Forbes:
(1) California Sports Agency Sued For Gender Discrimination;
(2) This Week In Sports Law: NBA Agent’s Uber Rides, NCAA Legal Fees, Patriots Trademarks; and
(3) Paddy Power Betfair Pays $48 Million For Daily Fantasy Sports Co
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Excellent, in-depth article with a lot of information from agents off-the-record [An inside look at the stressful, chaotic lives of NBA agents].
- He can still return to school by May 24 as long as he doesn’t hire an agent [Another business decision for Purdue’s Swanigan].
- Josh Gordon was reportedly dropped by his agent Joby Branion a couple weeks ago [In not so shocking news, Josh Gordon’s reinstatement petition was denied by NFL].
- Pretty common sense stuff that seems to not be entirely understood by the general public [An NFL Agent alone can’t get a player drafted or signed].
- Latavius Murray may be feeling some of that heat in Minnesota [Agent’s Take: 12 veterans who are feeling the rookie heat after the NFL Draft].
- Paul Pogba’s agent will earn a lot of damn money [Agent fees: FA and Fifa want issue debated following Pogba deal allegations].