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Sunday, August 26, 2007
Media Matters

Lots of media entities calling on the phone this week, thanks largely to my work here.

Last week, I appeared on Legal Talk Network's Lawyer 2 Lawyer, discussing the legal issues facing Major League Baseball, including steroids, the Barry Bonds home run ball, and Bonds' threatened defamation lawsuit. I was the guest along with Professor Paul Finkelman of Albany Law School, who was co-editor of Baseball and the American Legal Mind, the best book yet about baseball and the law. It was a fun discussion. You can listen to the show by clicking on the Lawyer 2 Lawyer link above.

Also, I am quoted in this week's issue of Sports Illustrated (current partial-employer of my co-blogger), in the "SI Players" section. The piece is called "See You in Court," with blurbs discussing Kia Vaughn's suit against Imus, Bonds's potential suit against Curt Schilling and/or many other people, and Jonathan Lee Riches's lawsuits against various sports figures and memorabilia. No on-line link, but the issue is on newsstands now (see p. 28).


congrats! If you blog it, they will come! (bad one I know... but I just couldn't resist a little field of dreams with all the baseball stuff going on)

Blogger Jimmy H -- 8/26/2007 7:41 PM  

Jonathan Lee Riches has now sued O.J. Simpson.


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