Casting call for 'Fantasy Court'
Do you have a Fantasy dispute that you would like to have heard by a third party? We have the opportunity for you. Send us the details and you may be chosen to appear on Fantasy Court!
Casting call for Fantasy Court ...
A new court show, like Judge Judy, that lets players of Fantasy Sports on CBSSports.com take their disputes to court.
If you have a dispute and want to appear on the first episode of Fantasy Court, this is your chance. If you are selected, you will receive a free "pay" Fantasy League subscription from CBSSports.com. Send your submission to email@example.com .
Please include the following in your e-mail...
· The name of your Fantasy league, your teams and if it is Fantasy Baseball or Fantasy Football.
· How your team was formed (friends from college, office, etc), and something else you want to tell us about your league that is interesting.
· A one paragraph description of your dispute, and something about the personalities of the two litigants.
Both litigants must appear and each litigant can bring one witness. We are looking for litigants who have big colorful personalities and are extremely passionate about Fantasy Sports. Disputes do not have to be interpretations of league charters. They can be over verbal contracts, collusion, trades, or any other Fantasy league related conflict, especially if you think it will make good viewing. You will have to agree to binding arbitration by CBSSports.com's judge. You must be willing to come to New York City sometime during the first two weeks of April.
Entry deadline is March 11th, 2011.
Send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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