Randall S. Kasper, Esq. was admitted to the Florida bar in 1992. He graduated Denison University in 1988 (B.A. Psychology) and Nova Southeastern School of Law in 1991 (Juris Doctor). While at Nova, Kasper was a member of Law Review and served as Editor, and he also served to elected positions as Vice President of the Student Bar Association, Justice and Chief Justice of the Honor Court, and Vice President of the Sports & Entertainment Law Society.
Upon graduation, he joined the law practice of Richard Wagenheim, who, at the time, was Vice President of the Sports Lawyers’ Association. In 1993, Kasper, who had been certified as an NFLPA agent since law school, then went on to found the Sports & Entertainment Division of the Law firm of Miller, Kagan & Chait as well as Kasper Sports Marketing.
Between 1993 and 1999, Kasper focused exclusively on representing NFL and other professional football players. He successfully advocated for the first free agency through bankruptcy on behalf of his first client, punter Reggie Roby, which not only eliminated millions of dollars of debt but concluded with the highest contract in NFL history for a punter at the time. Based on that, Kasper developed significant trust with players and became known throughout the industry as a person who would employ novel approaches to represent his clients’ best interests. He was well-known throughout the league at the time for working tirelessly on behalf of players who otherwise might not have realized their NFL dreams. Among these players were Dexter Nottage, Ron Rice, Willie Whitehead and the list goes on.
In 2000, Kasper branched out significantly into other sports, and took on corporate representation as well as representing individuals. He has negotiated thousands of deals and is known for his win-win approach and long-term partnership perspectives. He’s been a relied-upon expert in brand building, customer acquisition, ecosystems and engagement in the areas of gaming, e-sports and fantasy sports and has significantly contributed to the shaping of the landscape in those areas, among others, over the past two decades.