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Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

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Final Approval Of Concussion Settlement Claims Against NFL Not Likely Until Next Year

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 20 / 14

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...

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Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

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12/14/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Heisman home forms Chapter 11 strategy

Saturday was the Downtown Athletic Club's big moment, the day it awarded the Heisman Trophy, but a day at the end of January when a Bankruptcy Court judge will hear arguments about the future of the New York club is shaping up as the most important in its history. The club filed for Chapter 11 ...

Tags: Advantage, Centaur Properties, Chase Manhattan Corp., Collegiate Licensing Co., Just For Feet Inc., Wendy's International Inc.

12/07/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Motorsports stocks still drawing a crowd

Corporate America's booming interest in auto racing shows no signs of slowing. More than 150 investment and auto racing professionals squeezed into a New York hotel conference room last week for Josephthal & Co.'s second annual conference on auto racing, twice the number that attended the invest ...

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12/07/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Yankees' deal talks hit a snag

The on-again, off-again talks between Cablevision Systems Corp. and the New York Yankees may be stuck in neutral, but few experts think the ultimate outcome will be anything other than the sale of the storied baseball team to the media giant. The same trend that sparked the discussions prevails ...

Tags: Bonham Group Inc., Cablevision Systems Corp., MSG Network, New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Yankees, News Corp, Southwest Sports Group, Texas Rangers, Walt Disney Co., YankeeNets

12/07/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Roller hockey league goes no-owners route

Roller Hockey International has become the latest professional sports league to eliminate individual team ownership. Following the path of the American Basketball League and Major League Soccer, the in-line roller hockey league will own all its teams, which will be managed by promotion-rights owner ...

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11/30/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Ex-Arena chief selling team

Another Arena Football League expansion franchise was set to be sold last week, but don't look for either a press release from the league or a high-profile news conference like the one that introduced the new Los Angeles team a week earlier. The franchise will not be sold by the league but by a ...

Tags: AFL, NFL, Staples

11/30/98
SportsBusiness Journal: As '99 nears, WTA still a tour to be named later

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Tags: Chase Manhattan Corp., Corel Corp., Integrated Sports International (ISI), Millsport LLC, WTA

11/30/98
SportsBusiness Journal: ATP throwing Super 9 tourneys into marketing pool

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Tags: ISL Marketing, Octagon Group

11/30/98
SportsBusiness Journal: WTA looks to new deals after '98 revenue gap vs. men's tour

Women's tennis may be winning the battle of the airwaves and of popularity, but in one major area men's tennis is still handily taking the battle of the sexes: the financial bottom line. Twenty-five years after Billie Jean King thrashed Bobby Riggs, the men's ATP Tour reaped $58.7 million in ann ...

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11/30/98
SportsBusiness Journal: Legislators park 4 stadiums on quicksand

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Tags: Legg Mason Inc., New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Steelers

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SportsBusiness Journal: Hartford contract steps up pressure for deals

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Tags: New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Mets, New York Yankees, NFL, Public Financial Management, San Francisco Giants, YankeeNets

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