Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
When the agent is set to receive $60k dollars for said workouts, he should be emailing, texting and checking with his client on a daily basis to ensure that said client is participating.
If the agent in question can prove that he did so, the player is at fault. If he can't, the agent is at fault.
You don't seem to understand the fact that the agent is employed by the player, not the other way around.
Then as an employer wouldn't you think it would be wise to know as much about the contract parameters as your employee? Especially since it could cost you 2 million dollars if you don't. Part of being an employer is being responsible for the actions of your employees.