What a Dope–Armstrong’s Oprah Confession Could Bankrupt Him - Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
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What a Dope–Armstrong’s Oprah Confession Could Bankrupt Him

What a Dope–Armstrong’s Oprah Confession Could Bankrupt Him

The self-described jerk-humanitarian may also become familiar with another awkward term–bankruptcy.  After coming clean in an uncomfortable sit-down with Oprah, the cycling legend may have to file for bankruptcy to seek protection from being cleaned out by a “tidal wave” of lawsuits from a variety of sources, including sponsors seeking breach-of-contract damages, cycling-event organizers for fraud and those whom he publicly argued with over the allegations for defamation, among others.

Jillian Szymonifka

Jillian is a second-year law student at Fordham Law and is a staff member on IPLJ. She received a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. She joined IPLJ because she wanted to be able to explain her time spent on TMZ/ESPN/online-shopping to “research for law school” (/is interested in sports and entertainment law).