Six Questions With Adam Bakow, CFLPA Certified Agent/Associate General Counsel Of All Pro Sports & Entertainment

Adam Bakow graduated from Eckerd College with a B.A. in Communication and with a concentration in Sports and Entertainment.  He is admitted to practice law in the state of Colorado.  Currently, Adam is a CFLPA Certified Agent/Associate General Counsel with Colorado-based All Pro Sports & Entertainment.  He has extensive background in

Canadian Football League Players Association Considering Ban On Dual Representation

On January 19, 2011, I wrote that the NFL should look into the NBA's conflict of interest regulations, which currently prohibit agents from representing management personnel and players.  This dual representation is currently permitted by the NFLPA as long as there is full disclosure of all entities represented to each client.

CFL Considering Mandatory Professional Liability Insurance

The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) requires that its contract advisors maintain professional liability insurance.  The NFLPA even has a preffered company to handle such matters.  The Canadian Football League Players Association (CFLPA) may soon be doing the same thing.  The players' association has sent out a survey to

Darren Gill Strikes Again

I am back home for the Summer (besides a vacation and business trip here and there...including going to Israel from May 13-24), and am ready to get back to keeping you up to date with the latest happenings in the Sports Agent world. There is no better way to

Choosing A Different Route

Former University of Kansas record-breaker chooses the Canadian Football League over the NFL. Yesterday, I was asked an interesting question when I was interviewed by aStupidRadio. The question was something along the lines of "How could you tell a client that he should accept a smaller offer than the highest