KU Scandal Tests Game Plan For Dodging Coach Payouts

Law 360, April 24, 2020 A lawsuit against the University of Kansas athletics department could be a test case for whether colleges can use NCAA investigations as a way to avoid huge payouts to fired coaches and may also unearth new details about a federal corruption...

NBA Backs Free Speech But Likely To Tiptoe With China

Law 360, October 10, 2019 “The Chinese government, by circling the wagons and taking drastic responsive measures ostensibly casting doubt on the future of the NBA in China, nevertheless wanted to make a strong, unequivocal statement to Adam Silver, the league in...

“Bones” TV Show Litigation Settlement Amount Undisclosed

Los Angeles Daily Journal, September 12, 2019   “Bones” TV Show Litigation Settlement Amount Undisclosed Punitive damages can be extremely tenuous, according to Glen A. Rothstein, an entertainment attorney at Rothstein Law APC, who is not involved in...

MLB Fights Players’ Class Certification On Overtime

Los Angeles Daily Journal, May 7, 2018   The MLB Claims The Plaintiffs Have Abandoned The Methodology They Used To Get Their Class Certified Major League Baseball claims a group of minor league players are now distancing themselves from a survey they previously...