About The Author

Daniel Kaplan

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

Featured Story

Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Filed Against USTA By Officials Suing For Overtime Pay

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 15 / 14

A federal court judge last week threw out a lawsuit against the USTA filed in '11 by tennis officiating officials suing for overtime pay. The class action lawsuit claimed the umpires were de facto employees of the USTA, which owns and operates the U.S. Open. That would make them eligible for ov...

Read More

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

More Stories by this Author

SportsBusiness Daily: Riddell: No Comment On Possible End Of NFL Deal

Riddell President Dan Arment declined to confirm the NFL would end its nearly 25-year sponsorship and licensing agreement with the helmet maker when the deal expires at the end of the season. Speaking last night after a Riddell promotional event for the company’s impact sensory device, Arment ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Riddell Sports

SportsBusiness Daily: Judge Orders SB Ticket Holders To Pay Cowboys

A federal judge ordered the eight Super Bowl XLV ticket holders suing the NFL over the temporary seating fiasco at the game to pay the Cowboys $25,025 for the cost to the team of meeting their discovery demands. The team had sought nearly $200,000. U.S. Magistrate Judge Renee Harris Toliver said sev ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL sets stadium Wi-Fi/cell standards

The NFL is requiring all league stadiums to meet newly crafted minimum Wi-Fi and cellular standards by the end of the 2014 season, the latest move by America’s top sport to improve the in-game experience. Owners were informed of the new requirements at their meeting in Washington, D.C., ear ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

SportsBusiness Daily: Jerry Jones Qualifies Comments

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones on Friday issued a statement on whether discussions are occurring to create a Thursday night football doubleheader, saying now that while he is thinking about the idea, there are no active talks within the NFL on moving another Sunday afternoon game to Thursday evening. J ...

SportsBusiness Daily: Jones: NFL Could Have Two Thursday Games

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones said the league is discussing playing two games on Thursday nights, though nothing is imminent. That appears to contradict statements from NFL PR execs, who on Tuesday shot down a story in the Wall Street Journal that quoted a source saying the NFL was considering a Thurs ...

SportsBusiness Daily: $50M NFL Films Settlement Back In Court

U.S. District Court Judge  Paul Magnuson  today in Minnesota will hear arguments for and against a $50M settlement of a four-year-old lawsuit brought against NFL Films for allegedly using retirees’ images without their permission. Over 2,000 retirees, or about 9% of th ...

SportsBusiness Daily: NFLPA, Hernandez Files Grievances Against Pats

The NFLPA and former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez filed two grievances on his behalf yesterday against his former team, seeking $6.2M in past and future salary and bonuses. The grievances allege Hernandez is due the money because it could only be taken away if he was let go for skill, cap or injury ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Eagles borrow $190M over new longer term

The Philadelphia Eagles earlier this month borrowed $190 million, and notably secured a 25-year maturity on the debt. The Eagles will soon begin the first phase of $125M in renovations at Lincoln Financial Field. Ph ...

Tags: Finance

SportsBusiness Journal: Judge sides with Mill in ruling

A New York state judge in a decision late last month strongly sided with a financial firm that alleges the 2010 sale of Liverpool FC was the result of an underhanded deal done secretly and at a bargain basement price. While New York State Supreme Court Judge Eileen Bransten did not rule in favor ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Journal: Change in NFL revenue sharing?

The days of wealthy NFL clubs subsidizing their lower-revenue brethren are likely nearing an end. That is because clubs bringing in the most revenue are no longer contributing to a long-running fund that was designed to assist teams in need of money to help maintain competitive balance. The pool ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug