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Tuesday’s Investigation Tips and Best Practices

Buckner continues its ongoing Tuesday series, Investigation Tips and Best Practices. The purpose of this resource is to assist professionals in the offices of general counsel, human resources, internal audit, compliance and other units with conducting internal investigations. This week’s entry is the following: Conduct a preliminary search of the records in your organization that relate … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Investigation Tips and Best Practices

Buckner continues its ongoing Tuesday series, Investigation Tips and Best Practices. The purpose of this resource is to assist professionals in the offices of general counsel, human resources, internal audit, compliance and other units with conducting internal investigations. This week’s entry is the following: Review your organization’s policies, procedures and protocols that relate to, or govern, … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Investigation Tips and Best Practices

Buckner continues its ongoing Tuesday series, Investigation Tips and Best Practices. The purpose of this resource is to assist professionals in the offices of general counsel, human resources, internal audit, compliance and other units with conducting internal investigations. This week’s entry is the following: Determine if your organization needs to implement immediate actions (e.g., reassignment, training, … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Investigation Tips and Best Practices

Buckner continues its ongoing Tuesday series, Investigation Tips and Best Practices. The purpose of this resource is to assist professionals in the offices of general counsel, human resources, internal audit, compliance and other units with conducting internal investigations. This week’s entry is the following: Conduct a comprehensive and prompt investigation. Not only do some laws (Title … Continue reading

Buckner Expands, Rebrands, Relaunches Sports Law Practice

POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Sept. 18, 2013 – Sports attorney Michael L. Buckner has rebranded, expanded and relaunched his sports law practice formerly known as the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm under the new singular name of Buckner.  As part of the expansion, his firm has merged with Pilgrim & Associates’ sports law practice, added several veteran attorneys to the … Continue reading

Michael Buckner to Appear on ESPN’s Coach & Company Today (4:30 pm ET) to Discuss Johnny Manziel

Michael L. Buckner, an attorney with the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm, will be interviewed by Jonathan Coachman and Danny Kanell in a radio interview today at 4:30 pm ET (1:30 pm PT) on ESPN’s “Coach & Company” to discuss the NCAA investigation of Texas A&M University quarterback and Heisman Trophy-winner Johnny Manziel. You can listen to Buckner’s radio interview on ESPN … Continue reading

Statement from Frank Haith’s Attorney in Response to CBSSports.com Report on Petition

Michael L. Buckner, an attorney on head men’s basketball coach Frank Haith’s legal team, issues the following statement in response to CBSSports.com’s May 6, 2013, report: As reported by CBSSports.com, my clients, Frank Haith Enterprises and Frank Haith, have filed a petition with the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida this … Continue reading

Happy New Year!

The Michael L. Buckner Law Firm wishes everyone a Happy New Year! We hope you and your family and friends celebrate the beginning of 2013 with a safe, but fun-filled day. We look forward to continue to provide you with interesting college sports, legal and consulting news during 2013. Bring on the New Year’s Day football … Continue reading

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

The Michael L. Buckner Law Firm wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! We hope you and your family and friends enjoy this special time of the year.

Statement from the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm Regarding the Passing of Bill McBride

The Michael L. Buckner Law Firm family expresses its sadness with the news of the passing of attorney William “Bill” McBride. Bill, a Tampa-area lawyer, ran for governor of Florida in 2002, but lost to then-Governor Jeb Bush. Bill’s wife, Alex Sink, was the 2010 Democratic candidate for governor. According to the Miami Herald, Bill suffered a heart … Continue reading