December 5, 2013
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About Michael SteinI am the owner and Chief Justice of Fantasy Judgment, an independent, expert dispute resolution service for fantasy sports leagues. Using my 25+ years experience in fantasy sports as well as my education and background as a lawyer, I strive to maintain the integrity of fantasy sports leagues through neutral resolution to any and all disputes that arise within fantasy leagues by issuing professionally written decisions which resemble U.S. Supreme Court opinions.
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Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses whether it should be required to have both starting pitchers and relievers in your fantasy baseball lineup.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses some of the perils of building your fantasy baseball team around players who rely on speed.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment takes a look at how to deal with suspected collusion within fantasy baseball leagues.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment continues his expose on the nexus of fantasy baseball league rules by looking into mid-week injury substitutions.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment chronicles the history of how certain rules came to fruition in an 18-team fantasy baseball league in existence since 1999.
Michael A. Stein of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment gives out his awards for the 2011 fantasy baseball season.
How to avoid conflicts and issues in your leagues.
Michael A. Stein of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment discusses the impact of Hurricane Irene and other weather-related postponements on fantasy baseball leagues.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment has issued a decision resolving a fantasy baseball trade dispute that created hostility and raised tensions within the league. The Court's decision epitomizes the difference in the analysis of a keeper league versus a non-keeper league.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment issued a decision resolving a fantasy baseball trade dispute involving Cliff Lee and Stephen Strasburg. The Court also ruled on the inappropriate actions of the league commissioner who unilaterally changed the rules for evaluating trades.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment issued a ruling on how to appropriately handle a situation where a league member has failed to pay his entry fee and the league's Constitution does not impose any requirements or penalties.
We have a decision!
After the serious injury sustained by Buster Posey, Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment argues that fantasy baseball players also should not rely on catchers for their teams either.
Michael A. Stein, Esq. of Fantasy Judgment argues that fantasy baseball has a golden opportunity to step up and save the fantasy sports industry in the event there is no NFL season in 2011.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment provides guidance and new case law on how to handle a situation where a league owner abandons his team in the middle of the season.
Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment and THT Fantasy shares his story of how baseball helped the healing process after 9/11.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment evaluates a proposed fantasy baseball trade and gives its impartial opinion as to whether the trade is fair and should be approved.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment advises fantasy baseball players not to overreact, either positively or negatively, after only one week.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment looks into what fantasy commissioners must do to effectively run their leagues and shows some appreciation for the time and energy they dedicate to their efforts.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment breaks down why using a free agent auction bidding process is the best way to handle transactions in a fantasy baseball league.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment compares keeper vs. non-keeper fantasy baseball leagues.
Why it is necessary fantasy baseball leagues to have a written constitution outlining the rules that govern the league.
The Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment analyzes Yahoo's newest fantasy baseball feature, "Manager Ratings."
The Chief Justice of Fantasy Judgment analyzes why Roto leagues do not simulate real baseball as well as head-to-head leagues.
If unfair trades or other internal issues are ruining your fantasy baseball league, you can have those conflicts resolved through professional dispute resolution for fantasy leagues.