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Judge Orders NFLPA Lawsuit On Behalf Of Brady To Be Heard In N.Y., Not Minnesota

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 30 / 15

A Minnesota federal court judge this morning ordered the NFLPA’s lawsuit, filed yesterday against the NFL over the suspension of Patriots QB Tom Brady, to be sent to Manhattan federal court, where the league had earlier pre-emptively filed to enforce the decision. It is a critical decision not...

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HORSE RACING INDUSTRY LOOKS TO UNITE IN NEW MARKETING PLAN

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04/18/97
TENNIS NEWS & NOTES: CONNECTICUT TOURNAMENTS CHANGING HANDS

Tennis promoter Jim Westhall and the ATP announced yesterday the sale of the men''s singles tournament, The Pilot Pen Int''l in New Haven, CT, from Westhall''s control to Butch Buchholz, according to

Tags: ATP, Leagues and Governing Bodies

04/17/97
LEAGUE NOTES

In Philadelphia, Rich Hofmann writes on the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the increased amount of "lassoing" and "stickholding:" "Get Cup Crazy? Nah. The NHL needs a new slogan as it embarks on another spr

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04/17/97
MLB NEWS & NOTES: MO WOULD GET THE BLUES ON GIVING OVER 42

The Red Sox'' Mo Vaughn said he was approached by the MLBPA in Spring Training and asked to change his number from 42 so MLB could retire it in honor of Jackie Robinson, according to Sean McAdam of th

Tags: Boston Red Sox, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, Toronto Blue Jays, Walt Disney

04/16/97
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE: CFL ADVERTISING FOR NEW COMMISH

With the CFL trying to fill its vacant commissioner''s position, the league ran a "bold" ad in Monday''s Toronto Globe & Mail, according to a CP report in the VANCOUVER SUN. The ad read: "Wanted: some

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04/15/97
NHL ATTENDANCE HITS RECORD FIGURE FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW

The NHL''s regular season finished Sunday with a record league-wide attendance figure for the second year in a row. The attendance for the 1,066 games played totaled 17,640,529 in ''96-97, for an aver

Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Edmonton Oilers, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL, Arizona Coyotes

04/15/97
JESS KERSEY FOURTH NBA REF TO BE INDICTED IN TAX PROBE

Jess Kersey "became the fourth NBA referee to be indicted on tax evasion charges for allegedly failing to pay income taxes on money he saved by downgrading league-issued plane tickets," according to S

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04/15/97
PRESIDENT CLINTON LEADS JACKIE ROBINSON CELEBRATION TONIGHT

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Tags: Anheuser Busch, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB, New York Mets, News Corp./Fox, Walt Disney

04/14/97
WOODS' WIN AT AUGUSTA, PART III: WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

Tiger Woods won The Masters in a dominating, record- setting performance, becoming the first African American to win a professional major golf championship. The media this morning focuses on the 21-ye

Tags: ABC, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Walt Disney

04/14/97
BETTMAN PROFILED IN N.Y. POST; SELIG IN L.A. TIMES MAGAZINE

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