Monthly Archives: January 2014

UPDATED: Phoenix Coyotes Commit Trademark Blunder With New Name

For the first time in recent memory, the NHL had positive — or at least not negative — news come out of Arizona. Wednesday afternoon the Phoenix Coyotes announced that they are officially changing their name to the Arizona Coyotes … Continue reading

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Kansas City Chiefs in Hot Water: Catching Up With Plaintiffs’ Counsel in Several Wrongful Death Lawsuits Against the Club

The Kansas City Chiefs are in hot water. They had a sizable lead over the Colts for much of their first-round playoff game, and were still handed a loss. Their star player Jamaal Charles left the game injured. Moreover, the … Continue reading

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Global Game Changer: Sports Law Prof Explains How New Consulting Firm Will Help Asian Baseball Talent Thrive In America

Without question, N. Jeremi Duru is a sports law guru. The American University Washington College of Law professor literally helped write the book on sports law. In 2013, Prof. Duru co-authored one of the field’s premier casebooks, Sports Law and … Continue reading

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From Lawyer to Commissioner: Insight From The National Lacrosse League Boss

Twenty-eight years ago in 1986, the National Lacrosse League launched and George Daniel was grinding out his first year at Temple Law School. At no point did this young law student ever imagine he would one day find himself at … Continue reading

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