Kenny Golladay in hot water with the courts
New York Giants’ start wide receiver Kenny Golladay is suddenly in trouble with the courts system after failing to appear at a virtual deposition this past December after being subpoenaed in regards to a civil lawsuit involving Jason Bernstein, his former NFL agent and a memorabilia company.
Jason Morrin,who is a Hofstra law student, president of the Hofstra Sports & Entertainment Law Society and clerk at Geragos & Geragos has the details on what’s going on with Golladay.
Ryan Dunleavy of the NY Post has some details on what’s going on.
Golladay is a non-party with no potential liability in a civil case in which his former NFL agent, Jason Bernstein, is suing memorabilia company Redland Sports and MVP Authentics for allegedly violating an exclusive rights contract by working with rival NFL agent Todd France to set up an autograph signing in 2019. Golladay played with the Lions at the time and later became a client of France’s at Creative Artists Agency.
It doesn’t sound like Golladay has any liability in the case, but because Golladay was subpoenaed to appear he could end up getting fined by the court if he doesn’t have a good reason.
I would love to know what Golladay’s excuse is given that the deposition was held virtually.
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