An order has been issued in the Middendorf Sports v. Top Rank litigation staying all discovery deadlines pending the outcome of mediation in the case. According to sources, a one-day mediation is scheduled for later this month. This case was brought in United States District Court, District of Nebraska and the mediation will take place in Omaha.
Middendorf Sports is seeking compensation from Top Rank for money allegedly owed on the fights of Terence Crawford, including Crawford's bouts against Viktor Postal, John Molina, Felix Diaz and Julius Indongo. A recap of Middendorf's Second Amended Complaint was covered in this blog last month.
See Magistrate Judge Susan Bazis' Order staying discovery:
This blog is authored by Kurt Emhoff, a sports and entertainment attorney and boxing manager based in NYC. Kurt has represented clients in boxing for over 20 years. Kurt's current and former clients include world champions and contenders Cory Spinks, Paulie Malignaggi, Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin, Luis Collazo, Sam Soliman, Kermit Cintron, Derrick Gainer, Travis Simms, Terronn Millett, Peter Manfredo and Dmitriy Salita.
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Middendorf Sports v. Top Rank Headed To Mediation
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