Attorney Carla Varriale: Court in Bat Case Refused to Extend the Duty of Care

Sports Law Attorney and Columbia University Professor, Carla Varriale, has written a fantastic article discussing the famous broken bat case entitled: “Court in Bat Case Refused to Extend the Duty of Care?”  Here is an excerpt, but for the entire article please go to the  link provided below. A lawsuit filed by James G. Falzon and dismissed this […]

It Only Makes Sense- God’s Gift Will Play at St. John’s

God’s Gift Achiuwa, a 6-foot-8 forward has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at St. John’s University.  The two-time junior-college All-American averaged 22.3 points, 11.7 rebounds and 2.2 blocks as a sophomore. “I am excited to come to St. John’s and New York City. I really like the coaching staff and the […]

Tiki Barber Wants to Return to the NFL – Did Anyone Tell Him There May Not Be Football Next Season?

One of the key elements of being a great running back in the National Football League is an excellent sense of timing.  Knowing when to cut, juke or change direction as to avoid defenders. Former New York Football Giant running back Tiki Barber’s timing is definitely askew.  He surprisingly retired from the NFL four years […]

NFL Players Back to Work – At Least for Now.

The National Football League announced that it would resume day-to-day football operations. Players can return to team facilities, meet with coaches and receive treatment if  needed. The league is also formalizing a plan for free agent signings, trades and other personnel moves, and will allow teams to swap picks, not players, during the NFL draft. […]