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David Stern is in the midst of contract negotiations with the NBA Players' Association, and he is mentioning that the league is considering contraction, as reported by Ken Berger of CBSSports.com on October 21, 2010. How do you say Memphis? The discord comes in when you read that Forbes shows...
“You can run, but you can’t hide” was the famous line from boxer Joe Lewis. Apparently it applies to Michael Vick as well. As reported in YahooSports.com, Vick is basically playing for his creditors pursuant to his Chapter 11 bankruptcy. As reported, before going to jail,...
As profiled on Variety online, HBO has announced that it is canceling "Luck", the Dustin Hoffman TV vehicle after the death of a third horse on the show. The racetrack based series has gotten somewhat mixed reviews, albeit Hoffman is in anyone's Hall fo Fame. I will avoid easy...
Went and saw a major new talent the other night. Her name is Ramona Gonzales and her professional name is Nite Jewel. She performed in conjunction with release of her new album, which has been reviewed in the Sunday LA Times Arts Section and yesterday. There is something about seeing someone...
William Faulkner once said that in the world the past is past, but in the South, the past is present. As pointed out by T.J. Simers in his column March 7th in the Los Angeles Times, in Westwood, John Wooden is always present and he resurfaces in an on-line column that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar just...
From the Judge's Ruling Yesterday, Wilpons Will Battle Picard at Trial - Where are the Sales of Minority Mets Interests? - Installment 70
A post by my colleague, Michael J. Kline, Esq., on the Firm's White Collar Defense and Compliance Blog: "From the Judge's Ruling Yesterday, Wilpons Will Battle Picard at Trial - Where are the Sales of Minority Mets Interests? - Installment 70"
By Sekou Campbell, Esq. Discovery in cases involving a high volume of data, can often feel like March Madness. A reviewer must winnow a huge field down to the “final four” of documents, those that are relevant to the underlying case. As with making picks in the NCAA...
What makes a great lawyer? Part of it is competitiveness. Notre Dame has an intramural boxing program that students participate in for charity. One of my mentees is in the heavyweight finals. Think he would be competitive in a lawsuit. My co-blogger was on the UCLA National Championship Tennis...
As reported on Christianpost.com, New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has attempted to trademark his name in China but found that a Chinese company, Wuxi Risheng Sports Utility Co., which manufactures basketballs, volleyballs and soccer balls, beat Lin to the punch almost two years...
SI.com posted an article about the UCLA men’s basketball team and its struggles over the past several seasons, seeming to place the large majority of blame on Coach Ben Howland and his alleged inability to control his players on and off the court. The article opens by referencing the...