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Borislow lawsuits go on

The Palm Beach Post reports today, in a story behind a paywall that required three incredibly frustrating efforts to sign up, that Dan Borislow’s estate has not been settled because of several lawsuits and claims. The lawsuits and claims agains...

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Remembering Dan Borislow

Dan Borislow’s larger-than-life reputation was so great that, upon hearing of his death this morning, I immediately thought I needed to get his side of the story. I was sorely tempted to text him, thinking I might get an entertaining … C...

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The U.S. Open Cup, women’s soccer and “data points”

U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati is an economist by trade — which is good, because if you see the financial documents linked later on, you’ll remember that he doesn’t get paid for his role with the federation. (Perhaps it’s ...

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Borislow unleashes anger at U.S. Soccer

Former magicJack owner Dan Borislow has been conciliatory toward other WPS alumni. Their lawsuit is settled, and everyone’s moving forward. But he still sees an obstruction in the path of women’s soccer, and it’s the organization th...

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Boston Breakers statement on WPS

I’ll have more analysis at some point over the weekend, in case my story and analysis at espnW aren’t enough for you. But I wanted to go ahead and pass this along from my inbox … May 18, 2012 (NORWOOD, … Continue reading &rar...

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Recapping the WPS-Borislow case

Someone asked recently if I could put all the WPS-Borislow documents in one place. I also find myself sometimes wanting to go back and check a few things, and I’m sure a couple of the diehards following everything also want … Continue re...

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Judge cuts Borislow’s discovery request in half, but WPS’s to-do list is long

This order, released with no fanfare March 9 and not posted to the court site until a few days later, is one of the simplest documents in the long saga of Dan Borislow’s court case against WPS. It boils down … Continue reading →...

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Why the Borislow-WPS case won’t die

Yes, I know. Only masochists and bored legal scholars are still reading legal documents in this case at this point. But since the court held an inconclusive status conference this week (I’ve heard “trial in April,” “the judge ...

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