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Jessep Entertainment & Sports Lawyers
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Sports, Media & Entertainment Law - commercial contracts, intellectual property, dispute resolution, and employment
Sports, Media & Entertainment Law - commercial contracts, intellectual property, dispute resolution, and employment

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Back at work... Howzat?
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Benefit to being self employed and solo no. 762: I got all the horses in my office #melbournecup sweep #winning #surebet #solo

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Morning! Great start to a big week of lawyering and business ahead! #Freelancelife #lawyerforhire #Cronulla
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Today's traffic was horrible... #Lawyerforhire
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9/11/14
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My good friend (!), Robert A. Halfpenny, challenged me last night to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge… check out my video: ALS IBC Video I challenge Greg Shelley, Greg Aivaliotis, and Renae Davies – you have 24 hours! For more information on ALS and MND…

Deal done :: NRL players involved in Sharks 2011 ASADA show cause accept bans earlier today after WADA gives assurances they won't appeal. What's next? The case against the club and its role/duty/negligence/liability goes on.

http://m.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/cronulla-sharks-players-accept-doping-bans-20140822-10728y.html?rand=1408666212738

http://matjessep.com

#sportslaw

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Employment contracts in the social media age :: here's my take on recent employment issues in the arts and sports sectors involving reputational risk created via online social media stuff ups. 

http://matjessep.com/employment-contracts-social-media-age/

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Employment contracts in the social media age :: here's my take on recent employment issues in the arts and sports sectors involving reputational risk created via online social media stuff ups. 

http://matjessep.com/employment-contracts-social-media-age/

What would you do with US$20 billion? Would you spend 10% of it on a NBA franchise? Reports have surfaced that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has offered US$2 billion to buy the LA Clippers from disgraced owner Donald Sterling (and his wife, Shelly).

Is this good value in the 2nd biggest media market in the US? Have a look at the 'prices' of NBA teams sold since 2011: Clippers ($2B), Bucks ($550M), Kings ($534M), Raptors, Grizzlies ($377M), Pelicans ($340M), 76ers ($287M).

http://nba.si.com/2014/05/29/report-former-microsoft-ceo-steve-ballmer-clippers-bid-2-billion/?mobile=no
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