By Ivan Moreno (June 10, 2022, 6:23 p.m. EDT) — Talent agency CAA Sports says a contestant prosecuting the alleged poaching of an NFL player is seeking discovery penalties for “duping” a federal court of Pennsylvania “by handing them a cheap victory” without examining the merits of their case.
The CAA said in a motion Thursday that Clarity Sports International LLC and Kenny Golladay’s former agent Jason Bernstein “have no evidence or actual law to back up” their case, so they are bringing charges that the defendants withheld emails and other documents.
In a motion last month, Clarity Sports asked the court to punish CAA by entering a default judgment or obtaining its answer…
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