Joseph C. Longo
For more than 25 years, Joseph Longo has focused on delivering unparalleled service in the areas of estate planning, asset protection and sports. His clients have ranged from businesses to high net worth families and professional athletes. Mr. Longo has also provided pro bono services on matters for indigent clients.
In addition to practicing law, Mr. Longo has more than two decades of experience in every aspect of agenting. His record in representing 22 first round draft picks, arbitration cases and free agents is second to none. His knowledge of the Collective Bargaining Agreements of Professional Sports and Labor Law issues, coupled with his success as a trial lawyer, equip him with the skills necessary to obtain maximum value for his clients.
He has taught law at Los Angeles City College, Mission College and Pasadena City College, and is currently an Adjunct Professor at Loyola Law School. He has also sat as a Judge Pro Temp in the Los Angeles Court System.
Mr. Longo received his B.A. from Brown University in Rhode Island, where he was a starting Defensive Back on the Brown University Football Team in the mid-1980s, and earned his Law Degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA. His charitable endeavors include sitting on the Board of Ability First.
California Bar Association
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Sports Lawyers Association
The Wealth Counsel
Major League Baseball Players Association Certified Agent and Past Advisory Board Member
Ability First, Board Member
USC Gould School of Law — Institute on Entertainment Law and Business, panelist
Loyola Sports Law Institute on Collective Bargaining & Individual Contract Negotiation In Professional Sports, panelist
“Negotiation For Lawyers — Lessons from Baseball Salary Arbitration Cases,” panelist