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Sarasota Herald Tribune Runs Article on Statute of Limitations – Foreclosure to home free

See my post below for more information regarding the Statute of Limitations as discussed in the recent New York Times article republished in the Sarasota Herald Tribune.

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Pro Tennis Law – by Attorney Alexander Scott Dennison

I am happy to announce a new sports law blog that I will be writing for periodically called Pro Tennis Law

I started the website, in November 2014 out of a desire to contribute to the Tennis community. The tennis community has given me so much over the years that I wanted in a small way to give back. My first article covered the issue of travel grants and NCAA eligibility and was very well received.

I will be posting primarily original tennis related legal articles there and this page will be for areas of law that the Firm practices in.

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Morgan Lamri found guilty of corruption offenses.

“Morgan Lamri found guilty of corruption offenses

French tennis official banned for life for violations of the Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program

French tennis official Morgan Lamri has been banned from the sport for life after being found guilty of multiple offenses under the Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (Program).

Mr Lamri, 22, was found guilty of charges laid under the 2012 and 2013 editions of the Program, in a case based on the findings of a Tennis Integrity Unit investigation.

The charges for which he has been found guilty and sanctioned are:

16 separate breaches of Section D.1.a of the 2012 and 2013 Programs:
“No Covered Person shall, directly or indirectly, wager or attempt to wager on the outcome or any other aspect of any Event or any other tennis competition”
One breach of Section D.1.d of the 2013 Program:
“No Covered Person shall, directly or indirectly, contrive or attempt to contrive the outcome or any other aspect of any Event”
One breach of Section D.1.e of the 2013 Program:
“No Covered Person shall, directly or indirectly, solicit or facilitate any Player to not use his or her best efforts in any Event”
Breaches of Section D.2.c of the 2013 Program:
“For the avoidance of doubt, (i) a failure of the Reporting Obligation by any Covered Person; and/or (ii) a failure of the duty to co-operate under Section F.2 shall constitute a Corruption Offense for all purposes of the Program.”
Independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Jane Mulcahy QC considered the case and imposed the sanction.

The lifetime ban applies with immediate effect and means that Mr Lamri is not eligible to officiate, participate in or attend any tournament or competition organised or sanctioned by the governing bodies of professional tennis from the date of this statement.

Consistent with the confidentiality of the Anti-Corruption Hearing process, no further details will be made public.

The Tennis Integrity Unit is an initiative of the Grand Slam Board, the International Tennis Federation, the ATP World Tour and the WTA, who are jointly committed to a zero tolerance approach to corruption in tennis.

* The Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program is the code of conduct under which the charges against Mr Lamri were laid. With effect from 1 January 2014 the regulations were updated and re-named as the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. A copy can be downloaded above.”


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Zombie Foreclosure Debt, it’s scary.

What is worse than losing your home to foreclosure? This article describes a scenario that I have been advising clients on for years. And more and more in foreclosure courtrooms we are seeing banks pursue money judgments for deficiency balances.

Additionally, many people who had their previous foreclosure case dismissed are facing new foerclosure cases. If you would like to discuss your foreclosure or debt collection issue with an experienced attorney, please contact my office and schedule a free consultation.

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