Jason Setchen retained to represent 5 Star Recruit and McDonalds All-American Brian Bowen II in connection with University of Louisville, NCAA and FBI College Basketball probe. NBC Sports ArticleTagged Brian Bowen, NCAA Lawyer, NCAA Suspension
Firm client, Jermaine Grace, a standout defensive player at the University of Miami has decided to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the NFL draft. Grace, with the assistance of the firm, concluded his athletic relationship with the University of Miami on positive terms. In addition, the University has agreed to honor Jermaine’s scholarship so that he will be able to graduate in December 2016 and he will participate in the University’s high-profile Pro Day. The story was covered by the Miami Herald and is here.
Jason A. Setchen, P.A. has been retained by University of Miami linebacker, Jermaine Grace. Grace, who was the team’s leading tackler in 2015, was dismissed from the team. Read here for the article in the Miami Herald covering this case.
The firm’s representation of women’s basketball standout Zoe Wallis of College of Charleston in connection with her NCAA/Scholarship appeal was a featured story in the Charleston Post & Courier here.
The firm is proud to announce Jason’s inclusion in the Family Law section in the 2015 South Florida Edition of Super Lawyers.
Jason is proud to have been included in the 2015 (15 Year Anniversary Edition) of the South Florida Legal Guide as a “Top Family Lawyer.”
Jason Setchen has been selected to be a featured guest speaker at the Legends World Sports Conference in Cancun Mexico.
The firm is proud to announce that we will be providing legal services to retired professional basketball players through our partnership with the NBRPA. The firm was selected to provide family law services and consulting to former professional basketball players that are transitioning from the league to life after basketball. Read more here.
Jason recently served as a panel speaker along side University of Miami Athletic Director Blake James and an attorney involved in the Ed O’Bannon v. NCAA et al matter. The event was sponsored by the University’s Entertainment & Sports Law Society. A portion of Jason’s discussion can be seen here.
The firm is proud to announce that effective November 1, 2013 Jason Setchen will serve as Chairman of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee Section 11-N.