Sports Law Attorney in Manhattan
About Sports Law
If you are an athlete looking for professional representation - look no further. Our Sports law attorneys provide legal representation so that you can concentrate on being successful in your athletic career. Unlike some agents, with Segal & Lax you get full service representation. We strongly adhere to our stated goals of professional representation, loyalty and communication with our clients. If you are a baseball player seeking an agent to represent you in your contract negotiations—speak with our team about obtaining the contract that will best serve your interests.
Sports Law involves a wide range of issues including but not limited to the following:
- Professional Team Contracts
- Marketing and Endorsement Contracts
- Sports Injuries
- NCAA Amateur Eligibility
- Investment Advice
Looking for qualified legal representation for your professional athletic career? Call (646) 798-6883 today.
Advantages of Attorney/Agent Representation
It is advantageous for you to having a Manhattan personal injury attorney as your agent as lawyers are held to a higher standard of accountability through our membership in the State Bar. We can assist in immigration matters as well, if you are a player from another country. Our immigration attorney, Emil Lax, has worked with the immigrant community for many years and speaks several different languages.
Mark S. Segal, Esq. has been practicing law for over 20 years, has extensive experience in negotiations and is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association and a graduate of New York University Sports Law Course. We are associated with large New York accounting firms and some of the biggest Wall Street investment firms to make sure that while you concentrate on your career your future financial security are protected.
If you are a top high school or college prospect, or a professional athlete - call us at (646) 798-6883 for a free consultation. The Manhattan personal injury lawyers at our firm provide representation with a personal touch.