Professional athletes facing routine civil matters have often called Greenberg Traurig corporate and litigation partner Mark G. Trigg for advice. Trigg counts among his clients former Atlanta Hawks star Dominique Wilkins and former Denver Broncos and University of Georgia running back Terrell Davis.

Now Trigg finds himself in one of the highest-profile situations of his career involving an athlete. Trigg is representing a football player — Tennessee Titans defensive back Adam “Pacman” Jones — who is the key target of new NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s attempt to crack down on a rash of criminal incidents involving players.

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