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Daniel Kaplan

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

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Redskins, Native Americans Ordered To Mediation Over Suit Stemming From Marks

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 15

A federal appeals court has ordered the Redskins and a group of five Native Americans into settlement talks over their lawsuit stemming from a regulatory body invalidating the team’s marks because the club name is arguably offensive. Last year, the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board ruled...

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Tags: Franchises, Washington Redskins

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06/08/15
SportsBusiness Journal: EA’s licensing checks remain small

For the fourth year in a row, NFL Players Association licensing income from Electronic Arts came in far off the levels seen in the pre-lockout years, before 2011. For the year ending Feb. 28, 2015, EA paid the union $2.8 million for the right to use NFL players in the popular “Madden” ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

06/05/15
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Owners Want Equal Partners In L.A.

NFL owners prefer that if two teams move to the L.A. area, they do so simultaneously and are equal partners in a new stadium, said Carmen Policy , who is overseeing the Chargers' and Raiders' efforts to potentially build a stadium in Carson, Calif. By contrast, Rams Owner Stan Kroenke has already ...

06/04/15
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Calls Special Meeting On L.A.

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06/01/15
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Shoots Down New Zealand Report

The NFL said it knows nothing about a report out of New Zealand that the league is planning to stage exhibition games there with players who do not make the final 53-man rosters. "We do not know anything about this," NFL VP/Communications  Brian McCarthy  replied in an e-mail to a q ...

06/01/15
SportsBusiness Journal: Hopes dampen ahead of San Diego meeting

With San Diego Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos set to meet with city and county leaders this week, the last ditch effort being made to keep the team from moving to Los Angeles appears unlikely to bear fruit in its current state. According to reports prepared for the team by outside firms and obtain ...

Tags: Franchises

06/01/15
SportsBusiness Journal: Wozniacki signs with Lavazza

First chocolate, now coffee. Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki certainly has dessert covered. After becoming Godiva’s first athlete endorser earlier this year, Wozniacki now holds the same designation for Lavazza, a 120-year-old Italian coffee brand. “The Lavazza family loves tenni ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship

05/25/15
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL owners increase debt limit to $250M

The NFL last week increased its team debt limit by 25 percent, or $50 million, to $250 million per club, only the second increase in 10 years in how much franchises can borrow. Owners unanimously approved the increase at their spring meeting in San Francisco. The move comes amid skyrocketing ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

05/25/15
SportsBusiness Journal: Stadium’s design douses flame

A permanent flame in honor of Al Davis is no longer part of the Raiders/Chargers stadium design. Rendering: MANICA ARCHITECTURE NFL owners left here with much still unsettled on the l ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

05/25/15
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL to allow trust ownership of teams

Related stories ... • Owners increase debt limit • Design douses eternal flame In a significant change that could ease the way for NFL teams to remain in families, the league last week voted to allow trust ownership of teams, and it dropped the percentage an owner is requ ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

05/21/15
SportsBusiness Daily: Appeals Court Upholds NFL Settlement

A federal appeals court today upheld the settlement of a class action lawsuit against the NFL for allegedly using images of retirees without their permission. The case, Dryer v NFL, began in '09 and was settled in '13, creating a $42M fund for player charities and a licensing agency for the retirees ...

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