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November 16, 2002 | Sam Farmer
Show him the money! A Los Angeles jury awarded NFL super-agent Leigh Steinberg $44.6 million in damages Friday after ruling that his former business partner, David Dunn, conspired to heist his high-profile clients. Steinberg, for years viewed as an idealist who brought a human touch to an otherwise soulless industry, now has a courtroom victory -- and a shredded reputation. There was a time Steinberg was the most powerful agent in football.
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November 16, 2002 | Sam Farmer
Show him the money! A Los Angeles jury awarded NFL super-agent Leigh Steinberg $44.6 million in damages Friday after ruling that his former business partner, David Dunn, conspired to heist his high-profile clients. Steinberg, for years viewed as an idealist who brought a human touch to an otherwise soulless industry, now has a courtroom victory -- and a shredded reputation. There was a time Steinberg was the most powerful agent in football.
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