Monthly Archives: May 2013

New Study Reveals Concussion Laws Do Little To Prevent Initial Traumatic Brain Injuries

Whether the city that threw snowballs at Santa wanted to be or not, Philadelphia is now the epicenter of football concussions. Judge Anita Brody of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania could very well determine the fate of the NFL this … Continue reading

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NFL’s Richest Defender Liked It, Put A Ring On It, And Is Now Suing It For Fraud

Money can’t buy Mario Williams love, but it can sure buy huge diamonds — and plenty of lawyers. Shortly before signing the most lucrative contract ever awarded to a NFL defensive player (6-years, $100 million), Williams proposed to long-time girlfriend … Continue reading

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Ace up his Sleeve: Kobe Reclaiming his LMHS Gear from his Mother

Kobe Bryant’s mother Pamela is doing her best to auction her son’s basketball memorabilia, including his signature #24 jersey from his freshman year at Lower Merion High School — the only other time he wore the number that inevitably will … Continue reading

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Singh’ing in a Rain of Deer Antler Spray

Professional golfer and former Masters winner Vijay Singh has sued the PGA Tour, Inc. (“PGA”), claiming damage to his reputation in the wake of its “deer antler spray” doping probe, which was later dropped.  Singh has filed in New York, … Continue reading

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Comcast, Tennis Channel & the FCC: The Essence of a Carriage Dispute

By Robbie Salaman, J.D. “Jimbo, can you DVR ABC at 8:00 for me tonight?” How many times have you asked a roommate that question? Probably a lot more today than you did five years ago. Given the growing use of … Continue reading

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