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  • About Marlon A. Hill, partner, Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel

    About Marlon A. Hill, partner, Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel
    Marlon A. Hill is a partner in the Miami office of Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel, LLP practicing in the areas of general corporate, intellectual property/entertainment, immigration and government transactions representing the interests of entrepreneurs,...
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  • CeCe Jefferson 'holding out' in wake of Gators coaching change, player's father tweets

    CeCe Jefferson 'holding out' in wake of Gators coaching change, player's father tweets
    A coaching change a day after National Signing Day has given five-star recruit CeCe Jefferson second thoughts about signing with the Gators. Jefferson's father, Leo, tweeted that his son was blindsided by the sudden departure of defensive line coach...
  • CeCe Jefferson tweets he remains committed to UF: 'Im a Gator my dude!'

    CeCe Jefferson  tweets he remains committed to UF: 'Im a Gator my dude!'
    Five-star recruit CeCe Jefferson tweeted he remains committed to the Florida Gators despite a post-National Signing Day drama that left many wondering whether the prized recruit would end up in Gainesville. In a series of tweets on his account (@...
  • Wild ride ends as top top recruits make their commitments official

    Wild ride ends as top top recruits make their commitments official
    A recruiting roller coaster ride for three of the Baltimore area's highest profile football recruits, Franklin's Patrick Allen, Gilman's Kai Locksley and Calvert Hall's Lawrence Cager, finally evened out on National Signing Day. Allen, an offensive...
  • Jameis Winston's accuser files federal lawsuit against FSU

    Jameis Winston's accuser files federal lawsuit against FSU
    The woman who accused Jameis Winston of rape has filed a federal civil lawsuit against FSU trustees, arguing the university violated her Title IX rights by refusing to properly investigate the incident. Winston’s accuser demanded a trial by jury...
  • Three Montverde football players from Nigeria sign with colleges

    Three Montverde football players from Nigeria sign with colleges
      Three Montverde Academy football players, all from Nigeria and all who have been playing football for just a short time, signed with colleges Wednesday during a ceremony that included the school's students and faculty. The signing, which took...
  • Major colleges slept on Adam Anderson, yet he smiles on NSD

    Major colleges slept on Adam Anderson, yet he smiles on NSD
    With so much digital data available on any football prospect worth his weight in YouTube clips, you'd think no worthy player could have been overlooked by major-college coaches by the time National Signing Day rolled around. The irony is that in this...
  • Oregon's trail of recent success has run through Southern California

    Oregon's trail of recent success has run through Southern California
    It was more than a photo; it was a greenly veiled threat that is continually directed from the calm of the Pacific Northwest to the chaos of Southern California. In the winter of 2011, just days before he was scheduled to sign with USC, a photo appeared...
  • Signing day puts Oak Ridge athletes in spotlight

    Signing day puts Oak Ridge athletes in spotlight
    As the six Oak Ridge athletes who signed on National Signing Day on Wednesday sat on stage, football coach Elijah Williams asked a puzzling question to the nearly full audience in the school's auditorium. "How many of you have seen $1 million?''...
  • FSU reportedly won't sign Brian Bell due to wrongful-death lawsuit

    FSU reportedly won't sign Brian Bell due to wrongful-death lawsuit
    FSU reportedly will not honor its scholarship offer to Valdosta Lowndes linebacker Brian Bell after he was named in a wrongful death lawsuit. Lowndes High coach Randy McPherson released a statement to the Valdosta Daily Times explaining why Bell –...