Archive for December, 2011

More on Lawyer Jerry McDevitt’s Mysterious Assistant, Eileen Wargo

Published December 22nd, 2011, Uncategorized

BACKGROUND: Happy Holidays, @EWKLG! Say Hello to Jerry McDevitt (And to Vince, Linda, Stephanie, and Triple H). Published December 21st, 2011 ***** Dear Jerry McDevitt, Lawyer for Linda McMahon and WWE: Are You Stalking Me? Published December 22nd, 2011 =============== At this point it is not clear if my dear Twitter follower @EWKLG, Eileen Wargo, […]

Concussion Inc. Flashback: Jerry McDevitt and Muchnick in the February Issue of American Lawyer Magazine

Published December 22nd, 2011, Uncategorized

Look for our upcoming ebook UPMC: Concussion Scandal Ground Zero. Complete info on the Concussion Inc. ebook shorts series is here. http://muchnick.net/americanlawyer.pdf

Dear Jerry McDevitt, Lawyer for Linda McMahon and WWE: Are You Stalking Me?

Published December 22nd, 2011, Uncategorized

Below is the text of a letter I sent this morning by fax and email to Jerry McDevitt, a partner at the Pittsburgh law firm K&L Gates, who is a lawyer for WWE Inc. and for Vince and Linda McMahon. For background, see yesterday’s post “Happy Holidays, @EWKLG! Say Hello to Jerry McDevitt (And to […]

Happy Holidays, @EWKLG! Say Hello to Jerry McDevitt (And to Vince, Linda, Stephanie, and Triple H).

Published December 21st, 2011, Uncategorized

A warm Twitter welcome to my newest follower, “@EWKLG,” Eileen Wargo. Ms. Wargo worked for nearly a decade as the legal secretary for Jerry McDevitt, a partner at the Pittsburgh law firm K&L Gates, before apparently taking a new job earlier this year. As Wargo’s profile at LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/eileen-wargo/32/904/8b0) notes: “Supported Jerry S. McDevitt in […]

Journalist Matt Chaney: Past Catastrophic Football Injuries Underreported, and 2011 Toll ‘Could Be a Record’

Published December 21st, 2011, Uncategorized

Journalist Matt Chaney, author of the steroids-in-football history Spiral of Denial, is compiling data on catastrophic injuries this year in football at all levels. With more than 70 survivor cases of conditions such as brain hemorrhage and spinal fracture, the 2011 toll “could be a record,” Chaney reports. Chaney’s findings “belie talk of ‘culture change’ […]