...antitrust exemption for baseball in dismissing claims that the league prevented the Oakland A's from moving to San Jose in violation of antitrust...
Water-cooler conversation between football fans seems harmless. But could it be a federal crime
... The National Collegiate Athletic Association has lost a bid...district judge Claudia Wilken in Oakland refused to dismiss a lawsuit...
As players get set for a new National Basketball Association season, the union that represents them remains locked in litigation with its former leader. Meanwhile, in other sports law news: A William
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The player hit hardest by MLB's unprecedented suspensions is Alex Rodriguez. A-Rod hired Reed Smith as he eyes an appeal. Other firms representing punished players include Cozen O'Connor and Wilmer C
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In an unprecedented move that has pulled in plenty of lawyers, Major League Baseball on Monday suspended 13 players linked to controversial south Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. The player hit
Ropes & Gray has been retained by New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who faces charges of obstruction of justice in connection with a Boston-area murder investigation. Elsewhere in our l
... Sunstein compares this system of regulation to Billy Beane, the Oakland Athletics manager who, in Michael Lewis's Moneyball, famously...
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...t suing the National Collegiate Athletic Association to get rich. It...District Judge Claudia Wilken in Oakland, Calif., is scheduled to hear...
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