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Sports Litigation Alert Reports on Shaquille O’Neal's case and his Assist from the Constitution
Sports Litigation Alert Reports on Case Involving Shaquille O’Neal and How He Got an Assist from the Constitution
The court dismissed with prejudice the claim from Robert Ross, a music industry entrepreneur. Ross alleged that O’Neal and co-defendant Mark Stevens directed members of the Main Street Mafia Crips gang to kidnap, attack, rob, and threaten him.
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• Tulane Takes Partial Victory against Former Coach
• Beasley Lawsuit Turns Entitlement on Its Ear, Expert Sees Challenges for NBA Star
• Controversy, Scandal, and Injustice: Panelists Looks at What Is Next for Amateur Athletics
• Practical Considerations in Organizing Nostalgic Athletes into Revenue Generating Enterprises (Part I)
• Movement to End Blackouts Picks Up Steam
• USA v. Full Tilt Poker, et al: Overview and Potential Sports Implications
• General Counsel for the Phoenix Suns Promoted to COO
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