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Question Number: 31265
Holly Goldsmith of Chula Vista, CA United States asks...
Can someone hire a labor law lawyer like Bechara Tarabay (http://www.pagesjaunes.fr/pros/05241146) for solving the issues related to sports law?
Answer provided by Referee Gary Voshol
People can hire lawyers and file lawsuits for any variety of reasons.
Whether that is a successful tactic is far beyond the scope of this website.
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Answer provided by Referee Joe McHugh
The legal profession makes it income by selling it services to clients. I am sure that any attorney like Mr Tarabay will be happy to discuss a brief and the cost of providing advice etc to prosecute or defend a case including sports
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