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Liz Mullen

Liz Mullen covers labor, agents and horse racing for the SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Athlete Training Company EXOS Forms Partnership With BridgeAthletic

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 21 / 17

EXOS, the firm known for training NFL draft prospects, has formed a long term partnership with BridgeAthletic, a startup software company which counts coaches, trainers, physical therapists and athletes as clients. Financial terms were not disclosed. Under the agreement, EXOS will provide training v...

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05/05/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Lawyer: Fegan Did Not "Orchestrate" ISE Suit

NBA agent Dan Fegan did not “orchestrate” the gender discrimination lawsuit that another former employee, Joyce Li , filed against ISE, Li’s attorney, Toni Jaramilla said Friday. Jaramilla said that Li contacted her months before ISE fired Fegan for cause and started the legal ...

05/05/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Former ISE Employee Claims Gender Discrimination

Former ISE Basketball Dir of Operations Joyce Li has filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the agency, alleging she was paid significantly less than her male counterparts despite doing the same work. Li filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified compensatory and punitive damages in California ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

05/04/17
SportsBusiness Daily Global: Japan-Based Horse To Run At Belmont

Japan-based racehorse Epicharis will run in the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of U.S. horse racing’s Triple Crown, the New York Racing Association announced Wednesday. A start in the Belmont Stakes will make Epicharis the first horse eligible for NYRA's $1M bonus offered to any Japan-based win ...

Tags: Asia, Events and Attractions

05/03/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Elliott, Prescott Lead NFLPA Player Sales List

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott ended up No. 1 on the NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List for FY ’16-17, becoming the first rookie to hold that honor. The list is based on total sales of officially licensed NFL player merchandise for the year that began March 1, 2016, and ended Feb. 28, 2017. Rankings ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, NFL

05/03/17
SportsBusiness Daily: ISE Wants Court To Strike Fegan Comments

ISE has asked the court to strike multiple statements in declarations filed by NBA agent Dan Fegan, alleging he is slandering the agency and its execs in order to "create shock value for the sports media." ISE filed a lawsuit against Fegan, who it fired as head of basketball in March, in order to ge ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

05/02/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Twitter Increases Presence In Sports Realm

Twitter last night at its first-ever NewFronts presentation in N.Y. unveiled a heightened video strategy, leaning even more heavily into premium-level live content than it did during a flurry of sports-related deals struck last year. The S.F.-based company announced a broad series of new and expande ...

Tags: Media, Twitter

05/02/17
SportsBusiness Daily: Fegan Looking For Clarification On Non-Compete

In what could be a game-changer for the agency business, a federal court judge has been asked to rule on NBA agent Dan Fegan's contention that his non-compete provision in his contract is not enforceable by a court, but only by the NBPA. Michael Kump, Fegan's attorney, told a federal judge in L.A. y ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

05/01/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Coaxing the next generation

Racetracks are betting that younger fans who are interested in social experiences are developing an affinity for horse racing. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES ...

Tags: In-Depth

05/01/17
SportsBusiness Journal: Rosenhaus adds baseball, IDs other lines

Drew Rosenhaus is expanding beyond football after nearly three decades in the agency business. Rosenhaus Sports Representation has quietly hired an MLB agent and begun representing baseball players. Additionally, the Miami-based agency is interviewing coaches agents and broadcast agents to work a ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

05/01/17
SportsBusiness Journal: U.S. industry learns from global success

American thoroughbred Arrogate comes from behind to win the Dubai World Cup. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES For years, NBC was focused on broadcasting horse racing’s Triple Crown events, including Sa ...

Tags: In-Depth

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