Attorney Aaron Resnick, Esq. was interviewed on Al Jazeera English for a story on Cuba permitting its athletes to play professionally abroad. The story can be found here.
Aaron Resnick is the head of Resnick Sports is a Division of the Law Offices of Aaron Resnick, P.A. Sports and entertainment are multibillion-dollar enterprises that require business judgment and legal skills to support unique creative endeavors. The Firm has represented over 80 current and former professional athletes from the National Football League, Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association. Sports law is an umbrella term used to describe the legal issues at work in the world of both amateur and professional sports. Sports law overlaps substantially with labor law, contract law, competition or antitrust law, and tort law. Issues like wealth preservation, defamation and privacy rights are also an integral aspect of sports law.
Resnick Sports views making a living as an athlete or entertainer as a business. At Resnick Sports we protect our clients and ensure that they understand the legal aspects of the business relationships they enter into with agents, teams, sponsors, production companies, book publishers, managers, music clubs and record companies.
Resnick Sports' lawyers work closely with firm-wide colleagues practicing in corporate, intellectual property, criminal, wealth preservation, labor, public finance, construction, hospitality and real estate law to tailor solutions to clients' specific concerns. The Firm work closely with their clients and their respective agents, financial advisors and business managers to help ensure their clients are fully protected and have legal representation 24 hours a day 365 days a week. The Firm has locations in Florida and in New York, and is able to represent athletes throughout the country.
The attorneys at the Firm honed their experiences at the top law firms in the United States, and provide athletes with weekly consolations, as well as comprehensive legal representation in all areas of the law including but not limited to contract work, business disputes, real estate, criminal defense, estate planning (wills, trusts, and estates), asset preservation/protection planning, tax controversies and all forms of transactional law.
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