Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Sexism Must End: There Is Always A Place For Smart People In Football

By Jerry R. Caldwell, Esq., an Atlanta-based attorney and former Georgia Tech football player. Jerry specializes in Business Law, Litigation, Trademarks, and Sports & Entertainment Law. Follow him @JerryRCaldwell. Condoleezza Rice’s recent appointment as a member of the new College … Continue reading

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Invest-in-Player Opportunity: the Arian Foster IPO

Most of us can pick out our favorite examples over time of athletes finding alternative sources of income based on their stardom.  I still remember the first time that I heard Allen Iverson’s “40 Bars”, saw Shaq star as Kazaam, … Continue reading

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New California Law Drastically Slashes Workers’ Compensation Benefits For Former Professional Athletes

2013 is unquestionably the year of concussions. Between a massive settlement with the NFL, new lawsuits against the NCAA and NHL, and countless rule changes slowly eliminating that thing called “defense,” it would appear that retired athletes are finally garnering … Continue reading

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Protecting the Pocket

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