SBD/June 23, 2017/People and Pop Culture
Renowned Labor Lawyer Jim Quinn Talks Raiders, Key Career Moments In New Podcast
By Daniel Kaplan, Staff Writer G+
Published June 23, 2017
Labor lawyer JIM QUINN has been hired by a lot of entities, from players to unions, but never by a fan group. Now he is working for such groups in Oakland to see what can be done to keep the Raiders in town. That, his new book and key moments in his legal career on this SBJ/SBD podcast.
On Location Experiences, the NFL's hospitality partner, has revamped and expanded its sales and marketing staff in recent weeks at its growing New York office, while also building a network of international sales agents across Europe, Mexico and China. The moves come as the company this week begins marketing its premium Super Bowl hospitality to every Minnesota Vikings ticket holder, marking the first time the company has reached out like this to a host city's fans.
SBJ/June 12-18, 2017/Franchises
IRS to Rams: Designing PSLs as loans avoids tax
By Daniel Kaplan, Staff Writer G+
Published June 12, 2017, Page 4
The Los Angeles Rams received Internal Revenue Service approval to structure personal seat license fees as loans from fans, meaning the team would not have to pay taxes on the money but also that the seat buyers would be paid back. The Rams, who are expected to go to market with PSLs la...
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