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Financial Firm With NFL Clients Sees Certificate Revoked In N.C.
Published October 19, 2010
NO COMMENT ON BROWN SUIT: Rowan said he could not comment on the suit filed by Brown because he had not seen it, but denied that Brown had lost $4M. NICK IAVARONE, Brown's attorney, said, "We have the checks, the money is gone and we welcome him to come to court and assert whatever defense he thinks he has." Iavarone said attempts to serve Rowan's business at its known addresses in North Carolina and Florida have been unsuccessful. "We have attempted to serve them where official records say these companies are supposed to be," he said. "The offices were either closed or they don't exist anymore." Meanwhile, multiple agents said other NFL players who invested in some of the same investments as Brown and Davis had fired Jernigan and Rowan recently. Rowan acknowledged the company was fired by Buccaneers RB CADILLAC WILLIAMS and Redskins OT JAMMAL BROWN.