Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (12/2/2016)

Sorry ladies, I'm off the market. Last Thursday, at Thanksgiving dinner, I dropped to one knee and proposed to my then-girlfriend. Thankfully she said yes. Let the wedding planning commence! This weekend I'm sticking in Fort Lauderdale, but I'm off to Las Vegas the following weekend for one of my

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (9/16/2016)

I'm tired. I spent the entire week in Brooklyn for depositions in a pending federal court trademark infringement lawsuit. Now, I'm on a plan headed to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. I guess life could be worse! How about those Miami Dolphins? Always finding a way to choke. Story

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (8/26/2016)

There is a lot of attention on the sports agent industry based on NFL rookie Joey Bosa refusing to sign a contract provided by the San Diego Chargers - the team that took him in the 2016 NFL Draft. These rookie contracts are structurally standard with only a few small

CAA Sports: The Agency That Almost Wasn’t

In an article for the New York Times, author James Andrew Miller has released excerpts from his book "Powerhouse: The Untold Story of Hollywood's Creative Artists Agency," which will be published on August 9th. Here are some of the highlights of the story: Creative Artists Agency (CAA) was a dominating force in

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (4/1/2016)

Unfortunately, the following is no April Fool's joke. The agent community has lost a very valuable member in the passing of NFLPA certified Contract Advisor Eugene Parker. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Parker lost his battle with kidney cancer. He leaves behind many family members, friends and clients whom adored

Rich Paul, Drew Rosenhaus And Scott Boras Praised For ‘Behind The Scenes’ Influence

Last week, Philip Johnson of Business Insider wrote an article titled, The 50 Most Influential People Behind The Scenes In Sports.  The list includes presidents, owners, managers, coaches, doctors, reporters, and of course, agents.  The sports agents listed were Rich Paul, Drew Rosenhaus and baseball agent Scott Boras, who was the highest

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