Tag Archives: Sports Law

Lessons To Be Learned From Nakamura’s Fight For Disability Benefits

By Frank Darras, Esq. Mr. Darras is the founding partner of DarrasLaw, America’s top disability insurance litigation firm. His firm has recovered nearly $800 million in wrongfully denied insurance benefits for clients of all backgrounds and professions across the nation. … Continue reading

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Steve Silver Joined The Dan Patrick Show To Discuss The New York Battle Over Daily Fantasy Sports

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Michael Jordan Leading The Fight For Athlete Publicity Rights

By Doug Fuglsang. Mr. Fuglsang is a licensed attorney in Illinois and Wisconsin with a Sports Law Certificate from the National Sports Law Institute. He can be reached at doug.fuglsang@gmail.com. You might have heard recently that Michael Jordan received an … Continue reading

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An Examination of the Language Governing Athlete Agents

By Amanda Siegrist, Esq. and Nicholas Blosio. Siegrist is an assistant professor of recreation and sport management at Coastal Carolina University. Blosio is a recent graduate of CCU where he studied Recreation and Sport Management. He plans to attend law … Continue reading

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Oakland A’s Stuck In Legal Relocation Limbo

By Doug Fuglsang. Mr. Fuglsang is a licensed attorney in Illinois and Wisconsin with a Sports Law Certificate from the National Sports Law Institute. He can be reached at doug.fuglsang@gmail.com. This month marks the 6th anniversary that former MLB Commissioner Bud … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Senator Seeks To Legalize NCAA Bracket Pools

This article originally appeared in the March 18, 2015 edition of the Philadelphia Business Journal Despite the best efforts of the NCAA and the federal government in defending farcical amateurism and anti-gambling platforms, March Madness is about one thing — sports … Continue reading

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Concussion Detection Problems Persist and Plague Player Safety

By Frank N. Darras, Esq. Mr. Darras is the founding partner of DarrasLaw, America’s top disability insurance litigation firm. His firm has recovered nearly $800 million in wrongfully denied insurance benefits for clients of all backgrounds and professions across the … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Fantasy Gray Area With Your Taxes

By Patrick Guinan, CPA. Mr. Guinan is the owner of PHL Tax Services and Dailyfantasytaxes.com. He is a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business and a CPA licensed by the State of Pennsylvania. He is accepting new clients … Continue reading

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Wrestlers United: The Case For A WWE Union

By Doug Fuglsang. Mr. Fuglsang is a licensed attorney in Illinois and Wisconsin with a Sports Law Certificate from the National Sports Law Institute. He can be reached at doug.fuglsang@gmail.com. In 2014, CM Punk, the self-proclaimed “Best in the World,” … Continue reading

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Stadium Owners Beware: Experts No Longer Needed in NJ Elevator/Escalator Injury Lawsuits

Anyone that has ever attended an American sporting event has witnessed the inevitable battle between drunk fans and gravity. These fans often struggle to stay upright walking on a flat surface. Put them on an escalator, though, and all bets … Continue reading

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