California law could help Bush, family in dispute
A California law governing the action of sports agents could help Reggie Bush in his family's dispute with a fledgling marketing company that tried to sign the Heisman Trophy winner.
The Bush camp said it believes that New Era Sports & Entertainment, notably investors Michael Michaels and Lloyd Lake and sports agent David Caravantes, violated California's Athlete Agent Act, which, if breached, could not only result in damages for a student-athlete adversely affected but also cause the forfeiture ...
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A fledgling sports marketing company says it provided a house for Reggie Bush's family while he was at USC. Bush has said he did nothing wrong.
• Report: Tapes could confirm Bush received gifts
• Attorney: FBI investigating firm
• Law could help Bush in dispute
• Agent described as New Era employee
• Carroll: 'I'm not concerned'
• Report: Lawyer says Bush's family given $100K
• Who's No. 1? Texans, Williams sign contract
• New Era Cap sends cease and desist letter
• NFLPA: Bush victim of threats by agent
• Landlord: Bush's parents didn't pay rent
• Wojciechowski: If true, take back the Heisman
• Maisel: Compliance forecast remains cloudy
• Whitlock: The currency of education
• GM: Texans will take Bush or Williams
• Bayless: If guilty, take Reggie's trophy
• Attorney: Reggie had no knowledge of deal
• Bush on college athletes: Pay 'em more
• NFL draft