Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (7/14/2017)

I attended my first Home Run Derby and boy, was that a blast! Aaron Judge is surely a strong new face for baseball and Miami did a wonderful job hosting the event. It was shocking to see the stadium filled to the brim, as usually it's just you and your

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (7/7/2017)

Lots of 7's in today's date. It's a big month for me. I'm closing (hopefully) on a house on July 31, which is not so easy when you're also trying to run a law firm. Then, I have a tenant moving into my current place at the beginning of August.

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/30/2017)

Wishing an enjoyable very long weekend for those of you taking Monday and Tuesday off in celebration of July 4 next week. Congrats to Heitner Legal client Draymond Green for winning Defensive Player of the Year. Quite the honor for a man who was once told he was not cut

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/23/2017)

Happy post-2017 NBA Draft wrap-up of sports biz stories. Shout out to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft for donating $6 million to create the new Kraft Family Sports Campus in Jerusalem. Big news in the daily fantasy sports world this week (I have a Forbes article below on it)

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/16/2017)

Last weekend I had a marvelous time in the Hudson Valley followed by some good comedy and eats in New York City. But as always, it's damn good to be back home. Speaking of which, my current house is for sale. I'll give a special rate to a Sports Agent Blog

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/9/2017)

Good morning from Amenia, NY, where I will be spending the day playing a round of golf at Silo Ridge Field Club. I considered taking a trip from there to the Belmont Stakes, but decided to do Saturday in Manhattan instead. With my fiancee by my side (we are celebrating

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/2/2017)

We are in the NBA Finals and all is right in the world of professional basketball once again. Officially in Summer and the heat wave has hit the State of Florida. I'm not complaining, as I have lived through it for the vast majority of my life, but can't Winter

Lawsuit Against Dan Fegan Kicked Back To State Court

The federal judge assigned to the lawsuit that Independent Sports & Entertainment (ISE) brought against basketball agent Dan Fegan has denied Fegan's motion to dismiss and remanded the case back to state court. In the lawsuit, ISE alleges that Fegan breached a non-compete agreement and asked the court to enjoin Fegan

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (5/26/2017)

Who is looking forward to finishing up work and heading home to enjoy the long weekend? Boring NBA Playoffs so far, which should hopefully pick up come the NBA Finals. Perhaps you read about Draymond Green's new trademark filings? That was a Heitner Legal job! A couple of days ago marked

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (5/19/2017)

Shalom to everyone in Denver at the annual Sports Lawyers Association conference. It has been a few years since I attended the event, which is a great gathering of professionals and students interested in practicing Sports Law. Unfortunately, I'm not in attendance this year, but Heitner Legal does have some

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