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NFL Taps Paul Clement To Argue Case In Prescription Drug Lawsuit

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 02 / 16

The NFL tapped noted appellate lawyer Paul Clement to argue its case Dec. 15 at the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a lawsuit brought by former players suing the league over alleged illegal prescription drug use. Clement, a former U.S. Solicitor General, has been the go-to appeal lawyer ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Grey Goose steps up branding around Open

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SportsBusiness Journal: Key executives

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Tags: In-Depth, NFL Season Preview

SportsBusiness Journal: Moving picture

Fans packed Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the team’s home debut, a preseason game against Dallas. Photo by: Getty Inages S croll down the list of Los Angeles Rams front-o ...

Tags: In-Depth, NFL Season Preview

SportsBusiness Journal: Open weighs outsourcing hospitality

The U.S. Open Tennis Championships may be the next major sports property to outsource corporate hospitality. The Open, entering its second week, has long been one of the hottest tickets in sports high-end hospitality, given its New York location and cachet as the place to be seen at the end of th ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Where next for NFL?

The NFL is playing three regular-season games in London this year, and one in Mexico, making the four games the most the league has played thus far outside the U.S. The league is committed to playing two games at a new Tottenham stadium starting in 2018 and wants to stage a game in China in two yea ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Concussion Settlement Distribution Delayed

Appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court will delay distribution of the NFL concussion settlement through early next year and possibly longer, said Chris Seeger , co-class counsel for the retirees seeking to settle for up to $1B. A lower district court and a federal appeals court panel approved the settle ...

SportsBusiness Daily: Former NFLer Looks To Supreme Court In Appeal

Disbursement of the up-to-$1B settlement of claims against the NFL by retirees for head injuries they suffered while playing has been delayed again with a last moment appeal by former NFLer Raymond Armstrong to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a note that appeared late yesterday on the Third Cir ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

SportsBusiness Daily: Audience Metric For “TNF” Games In The Works

The NFL, CBS and Twitter still are trying to develop a combined rating for this season’s “Thursday Night Football” telecasts, and it sounds like any metric will be similar to the Total Audience Delivery rating that NBC used during the Rio Olympics that combined primetime broadcast, ...

SportsBusiness Daily: Dolphins Partner With Uber On Multiyear Deal

The Dolphins have signed a ground-breaking partnership with Uber to become the first NFL team to integrate the ride-sharing app company's drivers into a stadium’s transportation mix. The deal, which will be announced at Hard Rock Stadium this afternoon, creates an Uber lot on the Hard Ro ...

Tags: Facilities, Miami Dolphins

SportsBusiness Journal: One man's mission

Danny Zausner surveys the new roof at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Photo by: USTA N o one suffered more to complete upgrades to the home of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships than Danny Zausner, the ...

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