Monthly Archives: June 2012

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D-Wade’s Custody Battle

The Heat just won the NBA Finals and while everyone’s focus is squarely on King James and his first title, the victory may be bittersweet for Dwyane Wade as he is still dealing with custody issues stemming from his contentious … Continue reading

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Tony Parker Sues nightclub for injury: Crash Course in Negligence

Tony Parker is suing WiP nightclub for $20 million for his injury resulting from the Drake/Chris Brown brawl (Copy of Complaint Thanks to TMZ) a couple weeks ago. Parker’s complaint alleges the club was negligent in allowing Drake and Brown … Continue reading

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Charged with DUI? Don’t argue dementia…

I just read an article (thanks to @ProFootballTalk) on Rickie Harris, the former Washington Redskins player who was arrested for DUI in December 2010. Harris’ attorneys tried to argue that dementia caused by repeated hits during his NFL career was … Continue reading

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The downfall of David Stern

I’ve been fan of David Stern as long as I’ve followed the NBA (20 years). Lately I’ve noticed the normally calm, composed, and articulate Stern becomes agitated and sarcastic during interviews. Stern, who’s background includes representing the NBA as outside … Continue reading

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A Civil Action: The New Orleans Saints Bounty Scandal

Although it is unlikely that any former opponents will sue the New Orleans Saints players accused in the bounty scandal, here are a few possible issues those players may face if they are sued. There are a few causes of … Continue reading

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I am a second year law student at the Washington College of Law (American U.) in Washington D.C. Although I currently live in the D.C. area, I have lived in Wisconsin, Ohio, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois and Florida prior to moving … Continue reading

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