In this special holiday episode, Jeff reveals that he is the attorney for the winning bidder of the Tom Brady Final Touchdown Pass Football – that wasn’t when Brady un-retired the next day. Jeff discusses how it went down and ultimately how the auction house agreed to void the sale as the winning bidder would have otherwise received a ball that wasn’t as advertised. This sports collectible debacle kicks off a discussion of Jeff’s history of collecting baseball cards as a small boy through the present, where he not only collects them – but is involved in numerous hobby litigations and criminal investigations for his clients and has learned that wherever there is money to be made, even in a kid’s hobby, fraud will follow.
22. The Tom Brady Final Touchdown Football Auction Debacle is Settled — and I Represent the Buyer / Baseball Cards Were Fun as a Kid, Being a Lawyer in the Sportscard and Memorabilia World is Also Fun
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