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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (7/16/2010)

I am smack in the middle of my last full-length Florida Bar Practice Exam.  Today, the focus is Day 2 of the exam – the Multistate Portion, which is a whopping 6 hours of 200 multiple choice questions.  Envy me yet?  I know I have been bitching a lot about this test; hopefully I haven’t […]

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The Interference With Contractual Relations Conversation Continues

Had enough of the interference with contractual relations debate yet?  If so, skip this post.  If not, I have some more thoughts for you to ruminate about concerning the tort and how it may be applied to our industry. Based on the comments left on the two posts on SAB regarding this issue (Sports Agents […]

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Raiders Want JaMarcus Russell To Return Some Cash

Yelling JaMarcus Russell in an Oakland, California theater is almost like yelling fire – everyone is going to look for the nearest exit.  The Raiders are not too happy with their investment in the former #1 overall pick and are going to do whatever they can to pay him the least amount of money as possible. […]

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The Deal is Done – Trindon Holliday Signs Contract

Trindon Holliday has chosen to be the guinea pig of this year’s off-season, becoming the first 2010 drafted player to sign, signing a four-year, $2.713 million contract with the Houston Texans. In the NFL, rookie salaries for players drafted in the earlier rounds (especially first round) are typically highly competitive with essentially unlimited upside to […]