As players get set for a new National Basketball Association season, the union that represents them remains locked in litigation with its former leader. Meanwhile, in other sports law news: A Williams & Connolly partner starts his own sports agency; a trio of litigators helps Mark Cuban beat the SEC; Jeffrey Kessler sizes up collegiate clients; and Lanny Davis signs on to defend the Washington Redskins' name.
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