Apr
08

Darren Heitner Authors Sports Law Book, How To Play The Game

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Darren Heitner is a visionary in the sports law field, and he is currently a partner at one of the premier sports and entertainment law firms in the country, Wolfe Law Miami, P.A. As a talented writer, he has published a multitude of sports articles and is a leading contributor for Forbes. In fact, since…
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Jan
27

Book Review: The Agent By Leigh Steinberg

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The following article is a guest contribution from Alan Wilmot, a law clerk at Wolfe Law Miami and 2L at the University of Miami School of Law. Leigh Steinberg’s “The Agent: My 40-Year Career Making Deals and Changing the Game” is much more than a book about being a sports agent; it is a book about…
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Aug
20

Book Review: Super Agent

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“This is not a kiss-and-tell story about Donald.  This book is about my life, and Donald was and is a chapter in it.”  That quote comes on page 303 of a total 318 pages in Dr. Jerry Argovitz’s and J. David Miller’s Super Agent: The One Book the NFL & NCAA Don’t Want You to Read.…
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Oct
01

Book Review: Renegades Write The Rules

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Amy Jo Martin’s Renegades Write The Rules (officially released tomorrow, but can be ordered today), is the social media maven’s “how-to” book that explains how she used social media to reconfigure her business and life, and how all of us can do the same.  The most important take away from the 176 page (advance uncorrected…
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Aug
20

Book Review: SAPP ATTACK

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SAPP ATTACK.  The title is bold and in caps, which is exactly what should be expected from a man with the physical size and generous personality of former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp.  Currently an analyst on the NFL Network, Sapp found the time to write a book [click here for the Amazon link] that happened to…
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Mar
21

Book Review: Illegal Procedure: A Sports Agent Comes Clean On The Dirty Business Of College Football

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College football can be quite the dirty business, but you do not need former NFLPA certified Contract Advisor Josh Luchs to tell you that.  Since being featured in an extremely popular Sports Illustrated article written by Pulitzer Prize-winner George Dohrmann titled, Confessions of an Agent, Luchs has been on a country-wide tour of sorts, speaking…
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Jun
01

Book Review: When The Game Is On The Line

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I first became familiar with the name Rick Horrow when Brian Finkel (a good friend from the University of Florida and Creative Director at Horrow Sports Ventures) sent me an email in 2009 regarding a new show on Versus titled, The $ports Take.  It sounded like a great show, but one that I would never end…
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May
27

Book Review: Go Pro Like A Pro

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Since reviewing his book, Money Players, on August 15, 2007, I have become very good friends with Marc Isenberg.  I have invited him to speak multiple times at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, engaged in great sports business discussions with him, and have been able to count on him for advice whenever…
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Apr
19

Book Review: Negotiating and Drafting Sports Venue Agreements

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It is possible to include the profession of sports agent within a broader category of Sports Law professions, but Sports Law has the potential to incorporate a multitude of legal disciplines, including Contract Law, Intellectual Property Law, and the art of negotiation (which certainly plays a key role in every lawyer’s practice).  Those three areas…
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Feb
28

Book Review: Tell To Win

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Tell to Win is a book that has absolutely no underlying sports agent theme and is actually not about sports at all.  However, the lessons learned by reading it could certainly be applied by sports agents and all other people who work in the business of sports. Tell to Win will officially be released for…
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