Adam Klein, head of the Chicago Corporate group and the nationwide Sports and Sports Facilities practice, expounds on his busy, high-profile practice in SportsBusiness Journal. In a discussion of team sales, soaring franchise values, billionaire buyers and NBA television deals, Adam explains that a sports attorney has to “have a sense of reasonableness and compromise to a certain extent in figuring out what is really important to the client. [Sports leagues] are monarchies, not democracies.” (“Adam Klein, Katten Muchin Rosenman,” November 11, 2013)