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SportsLaw101′s Collection of 2013 MLB Mock Drafts
June 6th, 2013 at 2:17 PM
Is everyone getting excited about tonight's MLB draft?  Well maybe it isn't as glamorous as the NBA & NFL draft but it is still fun to see who your team's future stars may be.  As us here at Sportslaw101 cannot pass up a good mock draft, here are some that we...

UPDATE: Chicago White Sox Pitcher, John Danks, Sued by House Guest
September 28th, 2012 at 12:01 PM
***PHOTO1*** As reported earlier this month (Danks Sued by House Guest), White Sox pitcher, John Danks, was sued for negligence during an event taking place at his residence in 2010.  The Chicago Tribune reported (here) Danks has denied negligence in his friend’s injury, stating his acted in good faith reliance throughout...

To Invest or not to Invest? Sports Franchises and Stock Exchanges
September 10th, 2012 at 2:19 PM
In light of global soccer giant Manchester United's recent IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, the fine folks at the Economist included an article about professional sports franchises as investments in a recent issue. The article essentially states that investing in sports teams is less than ideal, particularly in...

White Sox Pitcher, John Danks, Sued by House Guest
September 7th, 2012 at 11:57 AM
According to CBS (John Danks Sued For Failing to Call 911 After Man Fell In His Home), White Sox pitcher, John Danks, is being sued by Blake Pabst for an event which transpired in August 2010. Pabst is accusing Danks of failing to dial 911 after he was pushed off...

NJ Boy Struck by Line Drive Awarded $14.5 Million in Settlement
August 22nd, 2012 at 1:54 PM
ESPN reports that 18 year-old Stephen Domalewski was awarded a $14.5 million settlement in his lawsuit against a baseball bat manufacturer, Little League Baseball, and a sporting goods chain. The incident occurred in 2006, when 12 year-old Domalewski was pitching when the batter hit a line drive back at him which...