Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (12/1/2017)

Well we have finally made it to the month of December. 22 days until I get married and a month until I go to South Africa for my honeymoon. Business is booming at Heitner Legal, with many cases settling to the delight of clients and with the firm picking up a lot of new clients in its Family Law division that was created roughly a year ago. I’m headed to Montego Bay, Jamaica this Thursday-Sunday and hopefully my ankle is healed enough from a basketball injury to hit a few golf courses while I’m out there. I am going to make it my New Year’s Resolution to finally take golf lessons and become better at the game. Seems attainable. Happy to have a new coach in Gainesville and Dan Mullen has my full support!

This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Jerry Jones Backing Off, Atlanta Braves Punished, Robinho Sentenced To 9 Years;
(2) Former Agent Takes On NFL, NFLPA In Federal Court;
(3) How An ICO Plans On Changing The World Of Video Games;
(4) Startup Shoulder Pad Company Is Making A Push To Be Top NFL Provider

And as always, the weekly wrap-up:

Basketball

Football

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