Last night, I watched the Steelers game with friends from Pittsburgh in a perfect day of food and football. The...
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The Daily Report
...lawyer who has represented the NFL and several prominent players, including Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He also was a candidate in 2009 to...
After Google's acquisition, Motorola Mobility becomes a "skunkworks" shop developing legal technology
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Daily Business Review
As South Florida gains traction in both sports and entertainment industries, attorneys and agents are building their client bases in the region. Not surprisingly, these third parties are negotiating
Buchanan Ingersoll and Klett Rooney Lieber & Schorling have become one after a shareholder vote at both firms yesterday morning gave the merger the go-ahead
...Simms of Greenwich, who played for the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers in the early 1960s and later founded an investment firm....
The Daily Report
...Simms of Greenwich, who played for the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers in the early 1960s and founded the investment firm Simms Capital...
...stadium was hosting the game between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. The judge says the case is a contract dispute...
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