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Matthew Pace and Alex Brown represented Rimon client GSE Worldwide in connection with the acquisition of Grutman Sports and Entertainment

News July 02, 2020
Matthew Pace and Alex Brown represented Rimon client GSE Worldwide in connection with its acquisition of Grutman Sports and Entertainment, a Miami-based talent representation agency with NFL clients that include New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry.   The deal, which was

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Rimon’s Matthew Pace Presents on the Future of Sports in the Age of Virtual Reality at Sixth Annual Cardozo Sports Law Symposium

On Friday March 16th, Sports Law Partner Matthew Pace presented for a panel at the Sixth Annual Sports Law Symposium at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He spoke about "The Future of Sports in the Age of Virtual Reality." This panel explored how new media like virtual reality and augmented reality will change the way

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Rimon’s Law360 article: If a non-English speaking customer signs your release, does it count?

Insight Jill Haley Penwarden Jill Haley Penwarden · November 12, 2015

As a recreation provider, you have a strong liability release and ensure all of your customers sign it before participating. Since the courts have ruled that a liability release is a binding and enforceable contract, you’re covered, right? In most cases, yes … but what if your client doesn’t speak English and claims they didn’t understand what they were signing?

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Arrival of Jill Haley Penwarden to Rimon covered by The American Lawyer, Law360, and Bloomberg publications.

News September 16, 2015

Jill Haley Penwarden joined Rimon Law in its Entertainment / Sports and Recreation Practice Group at the beggining of August. 

Ms. Penwarden, a top litigator for the sports and recreation industry, will be a Partner in the firm’s newly-opened Lake Tahoe office.

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