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On March 16, 2018 By jjschoch March 28, 2018
When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Tax Reform Act”) on December 22, 2017, he may have inadvertently changed the landscape of player trades in sports.
The Tax Reform Act made several high-profile changes to the sports industry. One of the most publicized changes came in the world of collegiate [...]Continue Reading →
While professional sports leagues have tried their best to pretend that gambling does not exist, the fact of the matter is that illegal gambling is everywhere. Professional sports betting is a major business, estimated to be a $3.8 billion industry; however, only about $100 million will be bet legally. This large boom in sports gambling [...]Continue Reading →
On June 8, 2010 By Mark Donnell July 22, 2010
On the field, the Texas Rangers seem to be clicking on all cylinders. They sit atop the American League West and look to make the playoffs for the first time since 1999. But off the field, the franchise can’t manage to stay in the black. Owner Tom Hicks has been trying to sell the [...]Continue Reading →
Rivalry between Adobe and Apple continues with launch of Apple’s iPad; cross developments between products might be affected.
Tensions rising with Twitter becoming viable competitor with iPhone’s App Store.
Privacy concerns arise as hundreds of WordPress Blogging sites are hacked.
Three most popular American Continue Reading →
In the news . . .
Another pro athlete barred from using Twitter during training camp–inequal treatment based on star power?
Family of deceased high school football player files lawsuit for wrongful death.
Apple’s iTunes LPs’ future limited by their cost.
Can a Facebook “poke” violate a [...]Continue Reading →
The Phoenix Coyotes bankruptcy case is still open. Five months after its owners filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition, the auction of the National Hockey League team is still pending. Jim Balsillie, an executive of Research In Motion, is now offering 242.5 million dollars (up from his previous offer of 212.5 [...]Continue Reading →
On August 13, 2009 By Andrew Cunningham July 24, 2010
As the resident Delawarean on this journal, and an advocate of sports betting, it is fitting that I provide an update on the current combat between the “Small Wonder” and the whole army of American amateur and professional sports–a true David vs. Goliath battle.
After the Delaware Supreme Court issued an Continue Reading →
On June 2, 2009 By JETLaw June 2, 2009
With speculation swirling regarding its future, the Phoenix Coyotes, a National Hockey League (NHL) franchise, have ended up in bankruptcy. For months the team has been battling the league for approval on a proposed sale. Like any seller, Jerry Moyes, the Coyotes’ current owner, wants to sell the team to the highest bidder. [...]Continue Reading →
On September 12, 2008 By JETLaw September 12, 2008
The icy relations between the U.S. and Russia are not isolated to the political arena. The National Hockey League (NHL) and Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) are facing-off. The cause of the latest squabble between the two leagues is related to the departure of forward Alexander Radulov this summer from the NHL’s Nashville [...]Continue Reading →
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