Quinn Emanuel New York partners Alex Spiro and Luke Nikas are defending tennis star Naomi Osaka and two of her family members in a suit by a Florida trainer, who alleges he is entitled to 20 percent of the athlete’s lifetime earnings.

Spiro and Nikas filed a motion to dismiss the amended complaint of Christophe Jean, a coach in Pompano Beach, who claimed he’s owed for work with the athlete before she became one of the world’s top female tennis players.

Click here to read the full motion to dismiss

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