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Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against NFL Over Painkiller Distribution

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 17 / 14

A federal court judge today dismissed a lawsuit against the NFL brought by former players alleging the league failed to oversee the distribution of prescription painkillers. Judge William Alsup ruled that the lawsuit was preempted by federal labor law, as the NFL had contended, because the pl...

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SportsBusiness Journal: ESPN buys French rights

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SportsBusiness Journal: Agassi pitches World Team Tennis

Andre Agassi will play a handful of matches. Andre Agassi plans to be an ambassador for Billie Jean King's World TeamTennis during the next three years while competing on the circuit for the first ...

Tags: Tennis, This Week's Issue

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SportsBusiness Journal: Terrapins merchandise hot

Baseball's broken economic system has depressed franchise values at the same time as NFL teams are soaring in worth, a report from sports investment banker John Moag scheduled for release to clients this week concluded. The report, provided by Moag, found that the sale price of ...

Tags: Colleges, This Week's Issue

04/01/02
SportsBusiness Journal: Women's tennis vs. MNF

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Tags: ABC, ESPN, IMG, Sanex, Tennis, This Week's Issue, WTA

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Tags: Adidas, Fila, IMG, Octagon Group, Reebok, SFX, Tennis, This Week's Issue

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SportsBusiness Journal: Sanex delays WTA decision

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SportsBusiness Journal: Logo has WTA seeing red

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Tags: Ferrari, Fila, Sanex, Tennis, This Week's Issue, WTA

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SportsBusiness Journal: Octagon steps in for Cincy tour

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Tags: Octagon Group, Other News, Sanex, Tennis, WTA

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SportsBusiness Journal: ATP won't trim purses before 2003

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