Good morning from chilly Philadelphia. I got in last night so that I can speak on a panel today regarding daily fantasy sports alongside others who have made quite a name for themselves in the industry. I'm back to Fort Lauderdale this evening to celebrate my mother's birthday. It was
Looking forward to putting the final touches on what was probably Heitner Legal's busiest week to date. The one major problem with that is that at some point, that website, as well as all other sites I own (except for Sports Agent Blog, which is on a different server) was
I hope everyone had a tremendous Thanksgiving and the long weekend that came with it. This weekend, I am excited to be in the wedding party for one of my best friends. Then, on Monday, I am off to Oregon for a while to visit Nike headquarters, followed by another
It is officially wedding season. Went to a beautiful one last weekend and have another wedding to attend tonight. Then, two more weddings before the end of the year. I should be heading to Vancouver and Oregon in between, but no complaints. I would not have it any other way.
Greetings from Valparaiso Law School, where I will be speaking on a couple of panels with great friends in the Sports Law community. On tap for today is a discussion on breaking in to the Sports Law industry and a general debate with my buddy Marc Edelman on the world
Similar to a post regarding Scott Boras and The New York Mets disagreeing about pitcher Matt Harvey's innings limit, Boras is now at odds with the Miami Marlins regarding two of his clients - pitcher Jose Fernandez and outfielder Marcell Ozuna. According to an article on Yahoo! Sports by Steven
Kansas City Royals designated hitter Kendrys Morales has signed with Wasserman Media Group. The signing was reported by Robert Murray of BaseballEssential.com and later confirmed by Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Morales was previously represented by Scott Boras.
Boras was Morales' agent when he was a top free agent in 2014. That year, Boras was
Former MLB slugger Andruw Jones reportedly wants to return to Major League Baseball after playing two years in Japan, according to agent Scott Boras.
The 37-year-old Curacao-native is a 5-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove Award winner in center field spent parts of 17 seasons with the Atlanta Braves, New York
December 31, 2005. That was the day I decided to create this website. Amazingly, almost a decade later, it is still up and running, and hopefully providing worthwhile content to you that you enjoy to consume. Please let me know what we can do to make the website even better
Had a fantastic time in New York last weekend. Spent all day Sunday chowing down on Mark Schlereth's delicious creations while watching football at DIRECTV's FantasyZone in Soho. Life could have been worse for those few hours. Today, I am off to Raleigh, North Carolina and will get to experience