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Wayne State University Law School NFL Contract Negotiation Competition held Nov. 23


Students Monique Eubanks and Edwin Piner won the Wayne State University Law School NFL Contract Negotiation Competition Saturday, Nov. 23.

Lindsey LaForest and David Wakefield placed second.

The NFL Contract Negotiation Competition, which is in its second year at the Law School, is an opportunity for students to practice negotiation skills in front of practicing attorneys. Students represented either an NFL player or an NFL team and worked to come to agreement on a contract for their client. The competition is supervised by Assistant Professor (Clinical) Rebecca Robichaud and sponsored by the Law School’s Sports and Entertainment Law Society.

Judges for the competition were David W. Jones, Charles Hayden, Jaime Miettinen, Deborah Schneider, Elijah Simkins, and Joseph G. Vernon.

Eubanks and Piner will compete in Tulane Law School’s Professional Football Negotiation Competition in January.

 

Former Livingston County judge pleads guilty to perjury
 

Former Livingston County 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan pleaded guilty this afternoon to a charge of Perjury, a 15-year felony, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced today. Two other lesser charges against Brennan – Misconduct in Office and Tampering with Evidence – were dropped.

Brennan faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison by pleading guilty to the most serious charge against her. In addition, her guilty plea will require her to notify the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission of her criminal conviction, which may lead to future licensing sanctions, including the possibility of disbarment, against the embattled former judge.

Brennan was removed from office in June and prohibited from seeking the same office for six years by the Michigan Supreme Court following formal charges of judicial misconduct were filed and heard by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission.

“This defendant violated the very tenets we as a society hold dear: truth, honor and justice,” Nessel said. “She made a mockery of her oath of office and undermined the integrity of the bench.”

Third Circuit Court Judge Paul Cusick was assigned to oversee the criminal case against Brennan, after all Livingston County judges recused themselves from hearing the matter. Sentencing is scheduled before Cusick on January 17.

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