Julio Jones at center of lawsuit between super-agents Pat Dye Jr., Jimmy Sexton

Pat Dye Jr. is suing fellow http://bylonieminelo.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=104&t=81322 sports super-agent Jimmy Sexton following the dissolution of their partnership in 2011, according to court documents obtained by AL.com. Among other things, Sexton is accused of stealing away key http://forum.himym.cz/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=33488&p=74489#p74489 clients when he left SportsTrust Advisors for Creative Artists Agency in 2011. One of those clients is former Alabama star and current Atlanta Falcons All-Pro http://www.bloggerfree.com/forum/topic/176110 Julio Jones. It's unclear when or if the lawsuit will ever get http://ajz.ch/community/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=26671&p=49417#p49417 to trial. Just last week, Sexton's attorneys won a reversal in Federal Appeals Court that they be allowed to http://www.bsf-clan.de/index.php?forum-showposts-4271-p16#8545 amend their request that the case be heard in Federal Court, rather than http://liyu023.forumcity.com/viewtopic.php?p=15553#15553 Georgia Superior Court where it was http://forum.ebookeater.cz/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=126203 originally filed. The lawsuit was filed Jan. 6, 2016, in http://www.bsf-clan.de/index.php?forum-showposts-4271-p16#8563 Georgia Superior Court, but remains http://forums.getasecondopinion.org/yaf_postsm38477_Dan-Skuta-s-addition-makes-Bears-linebacker.aspx#post38477 tied up in appeals regarding which court will hear the case. Sexton and Dye merged their sports agencies in 2010, but split up a little more than a year later when Sexton left to join http://liyu023.forumcity.com/viewtopic.php?p=15557#15557 CAA. According to the lawsuit, Dye -- the son of the http://gifted.simpel.si/forum/topic/1567 former Auburn football coach -- is suing Sexton for breach of http://friendsmaker.dk/member/blog_post_view.php?postId=133894 contract, unjust http://amusecandy.com/forum/topic/90545 enrichment, fraud, breach of http://gamersconnect.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=81813 fiduciary duties, violation of trade http://nowals.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=16414 secrets and tortious interference. In one of the suit's key elements, Dye alleges that Sexton stole away Jones and http://www.surebaby.com/community/forum/id_11648-bengals-qb-andy-dalton-likes-look-of-new-offensive/ used his relationship with the http://www.aics.wix.ph/forum/topic/111683 star receiver to land Trent Richardson and Mark Barron, former Crimson Tide teammates and close friends of Jones. Dye alleges that Sexton "spent an http://forum.azimut-vt.ru/viewtopic.php?p=16829#16829 inordinate amount of time building a relationship with Jones" without Dye's knowledge, including sending a http://cylindrymiarowe.pl/forum/topic/64832 representative of his Memphis office to Falcons games during Jones' rookie season of 2011. Sexton also allegedly organized a surprise birthday party in October of that year for Jones' mother, of which Dye claims he was unaware and to which the then-still-in-college Richardson was invited. In November 2011, the lawsuit states, Sexton announced he was http://www.blutbanner.net/forum/read.php?4,80292 leaving for CAA. Richardson signed with CAA in January 2012, followed by Barron in February 2012.