Thursday, September 10, 2009

CNN Discusses Fantasy Dispute Resolution; SportsJudge has come a long way since Professor Marc Edelman first opened shop as an email-based business in 2001. Indeed, just this morning, SportsJudge was featured in a story by about the changing nature of the fantasy sports business.

For those interested in reading the full story about how companies such as SportsJudge are changing the fantasy sports business market, please see here.

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Still Angry Owner said...

Why am I just learning about this now? A bunch of owners in my football league colluded in my league a few years ago. I screamed to the commissioner but he did nothing. Is it too late to file with the SportsJudge Court?

Joe Romano said...

Unfortunately yes. Even fantasy sports have a statute of limitations. However, it is never too late to start using's services.

Vinny said...

I just read some of the sample opinions on the page and am impressed. Do the $15 opinions you sell really look and read like the ones on the website?

Marc Edelman said...


I know this may surprise you, but the opinions posted on our website are actually real opinions, written for paying customers. If you have any further questions about our services, please write to us at

We are delighted to help.