On this episode of 'The Happy Hour,' Steve Moskowitz talks about Kaepernick's trademark of his likeness then discusses tax law about the NFL Jaguar's owner Shahid Khan plating home games in London.
Lawyer Steve Moskowitz joins this episode of 'The Happy Hour' to discuss the suspension of NFL Seahawks LB Mychal Kendricks for insider trading and MLB Cubs SS Addison Russel on domestic violence violations.
Steve Moskowitz talks about the impact Kaepernick's signing could have on Eric Reid's collusion grievance with the 'The Happy Hour' hosts Kelli Johnson and Greg Papa. Plus, discussion of Joe Hadden's reaction to a 3 a.m. random drug test.
Steve Moskowitz sits down with Grant Liffman and Greg Papa on 'The Happy Hour' to talk about the attempted 'Sacksonville' trademark by former Jaguars LB Dab Skuta. Additional discussion includes the future of gambling involving the Alliance of American Football.
On this episode of 'The Happy Hour,' Steve Moskowitz discusses the impact tax law could have on the Chicago Bears with Khalil Mack's signing bonus. Also discussed with Jim Kozimor and Ray Ratto is the city of Oakland's lawsuit against the Raiders.
The recent admission by the President of the University of Maryland, that they accept some 'legal and moral responsibility' for the tragic death of football player Jordan McNair raises an abundance of legal questions. On this episode of 'The Happy Hour,' our own Steve Moskowitz offers some thoughts on the...
Urban Meyer changes course on whether he knew about Zach Smith's history of alleged domestic violence and now claims that he followed university protocol. Plus, EA Sports apologizes for editing Colin Kaepernick's name out of their purchased song, claiming the censorship was a mistake.
The team tackles three topics today on the Happy Hour, the first involving OKC and the Thunder's record-breaking luxury tax with the signing of Raymond Felton. The second item of business is Reuben Foster, and his 2 game suspension without pay for violating conduct and substance abuse policy. And lastly,...
Up first, the team discusses the NBA's decision to increase its line of credit to owners. Why would NBA owners need this, and does its purpose play out in practice the way its supposed to in theory? Also, the Detroit Tigers fire their Pitching Coach, Chris Bosio, for inappropriate clubhouse...
How do state and federal tax laws impact the free agency decisions of players like John Tavares? And can President Trump's new tax law possibly affect his potential destination?