IFV 2013: A Lot Happens in a Week!

Wow! A lot has happened in the past week as we’ve been preparing for our upcoming Conference! We’re edging closer to the vote on AB 1309 in California which will disqualify most professional athletes from Workers Compensation claims in the … Continue reading

IFV 2013: Who Owns You?

Well, by now many of you have already taken a look at Monday’s Court Order granting preliminary approval of the settlement offer in the Dryer vs NFL Films lawsuit. (You can read the filing by clicking HERE.) . And here’s … Continue reading

Final NFL Films Settlement Offer: Good or Bad?

A few years ago, we could hear the cussing all the way from NFLPA Headquarters in Washington DC when someone explained the meaning of our Gene Marie Antoinette “Let ’em eat cake” picture to Gene Upshaw. Well, after hearing Judge … Continue reading

Announcing IFV-TV!

First of all, we want to thank every one of our readers for their patience. We’ve been intentionally quiet in holding back until the last minute to announce more about our Second Annual Independent Football Veterans Conference coming up this … Continue reading

10 Questions We’ll be Asking at Our Next IFV Conference

If you haven’t signed up to attend our Second Annual Independent Football Veterans Conference this April 20 – 22 in Las Vegas, you may want to book your plane tickets and rooms this week while the rates are still low. … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 11: Dr. Bill Duncan

Dr. William A. Duncan serves as President of Capitol Strategy Consultants, Inc., where he represents clients on healthcare, biomedical research, veterans, Department of Defense, and criminal justice and public health arenas. His clients benefit from his extensive background in the … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 9: Dr. Barry Sears

Dr. Barry Sears is a leading authority on the dietary control of hormonal response. A former research scientist at the Boston University School of Medicine and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Sears has dedicated his research efforts over the … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 10: Ed Nemeth

Ed Nemeth, a successful, highly educated and trained businessman with a background in neurological research is the father of a severe quad CP child. Shortly after his daughter Rebecca’s complicated birth and cardiac arrest for 35 minutes he and his … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 8: Carl Lopez

Attorney Carl Lopez graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 1975 and is a member of the Washington State Bar and President of Lopez & Fantel, a Seattle law firm. He has been named multiple times to Law and Politics … Continue reading

IFV Conference Part 7: Dr. Michael Propper

Dr. Michael Propper is the Medical Director of the OsteoArthritis Centers of America and joined the company with over 25 years of experience in Orthopedics and General Medicine. He became Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery in 1986 and also holds a Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. … Continue reading