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Robert Lattinville, a partner at Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP and chair of the firm’s Sports Law Practice Group, has collaborated with USA Today to provide information for an interactive database comparing the salaries of 124 head coaches and nearly 1,000 assistant coaches in the NCAA’s Bowl Subdivision. Stephanie Groth, a legal intern with Stinson, provided research assistance on the project. The interactive database, which includes salary, bonuses and other compensation, was published Nov. 20. The database was accompanied by an article, “College football coaches continue to see salary explosion,” by USA Today sportswriters Erik Brady, Steve Berkowitz and Jodi Upton. Lattinville, who works in Stinson’s St. Louis office, represents professional athletes, sporting goods manufacturers and sports governing bodies. He also represents coaches and universities in contract and NCAA matters, as well as sportscasters in their broadcast contracts. Lattinville serves as counsel to several sports entities, including the Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. and the St. Louis Sports Commission, and has taught sports law for more than a decade at the Washington University School of Law, the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law and the Saint Louis University School of Law.
Clark Law Firm, LLC, a firm concentrating in complex business litigation, proudly announces that two of its attorneys have been recognized in 2012 as SuperLawyers® by their peers. Steve Clark has been recognized as a SuperLawyer® for the fifth time and the fourth consecutive year (2005, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012). Clark is recognized in the field of complex business litigation. Tim McFarlin has been recognized as a Super Lawyers® Rising Star in the field of complex business litigation for the second consecutive year. No more than 2 ½ percent of lawyers are named to the Rising Stars list.
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