Monday, November 30, 2009

Who Is Tiger Woods' Lawyer?


Oy this Tiger Woods thing is a mess.

As always, the cover up is worse than the crime. A sports figure possibly having an affair and getting into a domestic dispute with his wife is really not that big a deal.

But when you add deception, power, privilege, and a perception that a rich star is being (or wants to be) treated differently because of who he is, along with changing story lines and cancelled police interviews, you create a media frenzy and fascination that far outweighs whatever actually happened early that morning.

Who is helping Tiger dig this hole even deeper? Let's take a look:
Mark NeJame has primarily devoted his entire career to the practice of criminal defense. His reputation has been achieved over 25 years representing clients charged with almost every type of criminal offense. A passionate and skilled trial attorney and negotiator, Mark has handled literally thousands of cases in his career to successful conclusions on behalf of his clients. Being the Founder and Senior Partner of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker and Joshi, P.A., Mark is driven in making certain that his Firm and its team of trial attorneys provide creative, aggressive and compassionate representation in seeking the best results on behalf of its clients. Mark routinely takes on significant or complex civil/business litigation, domestic, personal injury and immigration related matters, but over the years has primarily focused on his criminal defense clients.
Mark seems like a respected and qualified Central Florida criminal defense attorney, so what the hail is he advising his client? He needs a new PR strategy and should address this head on.

Meanwhile, Tiger's alleged mistress Rachel Uchitel has hired Gloria Allred.

This is not trending well.

14 comments:

  1. His client wants it this way.

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  2. Rothstein addicted to attention


    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/state/addicted-rothstein-craved-attention-psychologists-say-90984.html

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  3. I am surprised he didn't hire rumpole for this traffic ticket.

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  4. Do you suppose she yelled "FORE" before smashing the window?

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  5. FHP seeking warrant. CALL RUMPOLE!

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  6. During the phone conversation on Friday, Tiger told his friend, "I have to run to Zales to get a 'Kobe Special.'" The person on the other end of the phone asked Tiger what a "Kobe Special" was. The reply -- "A house on a finger."

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  7. stick to civil law sir. and your blog sucks...

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  8. fake George L. MetcalfeNovember 30, 2009 at 12:43 PM

    Agreed.

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  9. I'm here. For Tiger I'd shed anonymity, although I usually pull for Lefty (Phil Mickelson.)

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  10. I dunno, something tells me that even if Tiger had hired Alex "No Pagues Ese Ticket" Hanna, he would have been told to STFU. There must have been a delay until it actually occurred to Team Tiger that they might want to retain an attorney.

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  11. I'm not saying Tiger should be blabbing his mouth off right now, but they need something credible out there to combat the void in information from their camp.

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  12. tiger woods should be punished. He is culprit.

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