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Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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NFL, Union Seeking Expedited Court Schedule For Brady Case

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 15

The NFL and NFLPA on Friday asked a N.Y. federal court judge to create an expedited court schedule so they can resolve the dispute over Tom Brady ’s suspension by Sept. 4, a week before the Sept. 10 start of the NFL season. The NFLPA had been expected to file an injunction motion in Judge Ri...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Allaster’s 2013 pay leads tennis execs

WTA Chief Executive Officer Stacey Allaster earned more than $1.4 million in 2013, likely marking the first time the circuit’s leader earned more than any other executive in tennis. In fact, total WTA compensation rose 25 percent to $11.2 million, bringing it nearly to the same level as the ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

SportsBusiness Daily: Deadline Looms Over ATP Prize Money Dispute

Monday is the deadline ATP tournaments and players set to resolve a year-long dispute over the amount of prize money awarded by the circuit's top nine events through '18. Without an agreement, the events could set their own prize money levels, potentially creating a significant disparity betwee ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, ATP

SportsBusiness Daily: Court Declines To Dismiss Redskins Suit

A federal court today declined to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Redskins against four Native Americans who successfully petitioned the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board to cancel the team's trademarks because its name, they contended, is disparaging. The Redskins in August filed with the e ...

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL aggressive on concussion settlement

In a move that could magnify the public spotlight on the NFL and player safety, the league will contest the link between concussions and brain diseases if the personal injury cases brought by thousands of retirees are not settled. In another aggressive move, the league would publicly take issue a ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Journal: Media has moved on from concussion suit

Eighteen months ago, when retired football players squared off with the NFL over whether their case against the league over alleged concussion damage should continue, media descended on the Philadelphia court. There were dueling press conferences outside the James A. Byrne U.S. Courthouse, and a ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Daily: Cornwell Leaving Morgan Stanley For PJT Partners

Morgan Stanley Managing Dir Don Cornwell , who runs sports investment banking for the firm, is leaving his position to join PJT Partners. He will start there February 18. PJT is a firm started by Cornwell's former boss, Paul Taubman . Cornwell said he will continue to handle sports investmen ...

SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Concussion Case Approval Still A Ways Off

Final approval of the preliminary settlement of concussion claims against the NFL likely will not come until early next year, class co-lead counsel Chris Seeger told reporters yesterday after the nearly four-and-a-half-hour fairness hearing in federal district court in Philadelphia. That is pre ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

SportsBusiness Daily: Lawyers Blast NFL Concussion Settlement

Lawyers for retirees objecting to the preliminary settlement of concussion claims against the NFL blasted the deal today in federal court for not covering CTE. Counsel for the deal said it covers symptoms of the disease. Steven Molo , who is repping players opposed to the settlement, argued “ ...

SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Concussion Settlement Back In Court

Counsel for the NFL and thousands of retirees today in Philadelphia federal court are set to defend the preliminary settlement of hundreds of concussion lawsuits filed against the league. Judge Anita Brody , who has preliminarily approved the class action deal, is widely expected to give it fi ...

SportsBusiness Journal: With TV deals, NBA ups clubs’ debt limit

The NBA has increased the amount of debt clubs may borrow by more than 40 percent, to $250 million each, and will soon look to add roughly $1.5 billion to its league-backed loan pool, taking that facility to nearly $4 billion. The moves are fuel ...

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