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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/8/2018)

It’s been a pretty entertaining NBA Finals, if you’re a fan of the Golden State Warriors or any of its players. The talk is already turning to where will LeBron play next. I seriously doubt he is coming back to Miami. I also think it’s more likely than not that he leaves Cleveland. I would […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (3/9/2018)

It is with great pleasure that I am announcing the availability of the Second Edition of my book How to Play the Game: What Every Sports Attorney Needs to Know, published by the American Bar Association. While it is certainly something many lawyers (and especially sports lawyers) as well as law school students will want […]

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Headline Interview With The Agent

Interview With The Agent: David Sloane

Baseball agent David Sloane has been in the business of representing professional athletes since 1974. ¬†He takes pride in the service he offers to his clients, which includes a focus on making sure they all receive the personal attention he would expect if represented by an agent. ¬†Sloane has advised many players throughout his career, […]

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Contract Negotiation Headline MLB Players

Could Basic Accounting Assistance Have Hedged Risk Of Marlins Players Traded To The Blue Jays?

Common questions from individuals who wish to be sports agents include, (1) should I go to law school? and/or (2) should I get a masters degree in sports management? A much less frequent question asks whether one on a “sports agent track” should seek an accounting degree or at least seek the help of one […]