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
After a bunch of travel, it was a week in Fort Lauderdale. But a very busy one. And the weekend won't be relaxing either, with a trial beginning Monday morning. But Happy Cinco de Mayo! And happy Kentucky Derby weekend!
This week on Forbes:
(1) 2017 NFL Draft: 1st Round By The Numbers;
Here are some quick notes on how certain sports agencies fared through the first two rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft:
Creative Artists Agency (CAA) dominated the first round. In total, CAA had nine clients off the board in the first, with six of them being taken within the top twenty,
The first round of the 2017 NFL Draft is behind us, and now comes the real fun? Two more days of non-stop NFL Draft talk with Mel Kiper, Jon Gruden and the rest of your favorites calling the shots. I wish every agent who reads this blog the absolute best
A grievance filed by a couple of Contract Advisors against New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins has been settled for an undisclosed sum of money.
The grievance, filed by agents Malik Shareef and Rodney Thomas with the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) per the guidelines provided by the NFLPA's Regulations Governing Contract Advisors,
Roughly one year ago, Contract Advisor Tory Dandy went from working for Independent Sports and Entertainment to Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Dandy, a thirteen year NFL agent, represents the likes of Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins and Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson, amongst others.
We checked in with Dandy for
Our friends at Inside The League do a great job of covering all things on the inner workings of the NFL. Including among the content delivered is a regularly updated ranking of certified Contract Advisors based on the number of players they represent who are signed to Uniform Player Contracts.
April is a big month of traveling, with stops in New York, Boston and Washington D.C., two of the cities currently having teams in the NBA Playoffs, with Boston hardly counting among them based on their play to date. A trip to Milan could be coming in early May, but
What a wild season of highs and lows for the Miami Heat. The team showed signs of promise in the preseason only to flaunt the worst record in the NBA at the start of the regular season. Then, the team got healthy and gave South Florida (including yours truly) a
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