Going head to head with Darelle Revis in his prime as the NFL’s premier shutdown cornerback was never a quarterback’s idea of a fun Sunday afternoon. And for years, Revis’s agents and attorneys, Neil Schwartz, Jonathan Feinsod, and Schwartz & Feinsod, LLC, profited handsomely from negotiating his NFL contracts and endorsement deals off the field. But when Revis discovered that Schwartz had unilaterally negotiated a provision in an endorsement deal that would have given Schwartz’s half of the money, rather than the 10% they had previously agreed upon, he fired Schwartz and sued him for fraud…
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Arbitration Conversation Episode 18: Amy interviews the "Blues Lawyer" Aric Garza from San Antonio, Texas about consumer arbitration and how to promote fairness in consumer cases. https://youtu.be/M9d84bWZAecBy Aric J. Garza, Amy Schmitz
The Supreme Court has decided Morgan v. Sundance Inc., No. 21-328, ruling unanimously that there is no prejudice requirement under the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) for a court to find a waiver of...By George Friedman
This article first appeared on Securities Arbitration Alert, here. Years ago I penned a blog post on Thanksgiving and arbitration. It still rings true. So, without further ado, here’s my...By George Friedman