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Segway Gets the Best of Usain Bolt at World Championships
Segway Gets the Best of Usain Bolt at World Championships
New Jersey’s Betting Law Strikes Out
New Jersey’s Betting Law Strikes Out
Lawyer for Patrick Kane Breaks His Silence on Facebook
Lawyer for Patrick Kane Breaks His Silence on Facebook
Northwestern Football Players Cannot Form a Union
Northwestern Football Players Cannot Form a Union
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Segway Gets the Best of Usain Bolt at World Championships

Segway Gets the Best of Usain Bolt at World Championships Summary: While no competitors could take Bolt down during the 100 and 200 meter races at the World Championships, a cameraman on a Segway had no problems. The World Track and Field Championships in Beijing showed the world that Usain…>read more

No Comment View Count: 76 August 27, 2015

New Jersey’s Betting Law Strikes Out

New Jersey’s Betting Law Strikes Out Summary: The Third Circuit has once against truck down New Jersey’s sports betting law, stating it does not comply with relevant federal law. New Jersey’s sports betting law has been struck down yet again by the Third Circuit. According to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 88 August 26, 2015

Lawyer for Patrick Kane Breaks His Silence on Facebook

Lawyer for Patrick Kane Breaks His Silence on Facebook Summary: Hockey star Patrick Kane’s lawyer has started defending his client not in the traditional venue of a courtroom but on Facebook. Blackhawks star, Patrick Kane, is being investigated for the rape of a woman he met at a bar…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 355 August 18, 2015

Northwestern Football Players Cannot Form a Union

Northwestern Football Players Cannot Form a Union Summary: While the issue of whether the players are employees was ignored, the NLRB ruled that allowing one union wouldn’t be fair for players at other schools that aren’t unionized. The National Labor Relations Board ruled that Northwestern University’s football…>read more

No Comment View Count: 342 August 17, 2015

Tom Brady Deflategate Case Still to Be Decided

Tom Brady Deflategate Case Still to Be Decided Summary: Since neither the NFL nor Players Union can come to an agreement, it is up to a district judge to decide if Commissioner Goodell’s four-game suspension imposed on Brady is allowable. A Southern District Judge wants the NFL and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 161 August 12, 2015

Donald Sterling Files Lawsuit Against TMZ and V. Stiviano

Donald Sterling Files Lawsuit Against TMZ and V. Stiviano Summary: Former Los Angeles Clippers basketball team owner has filed a lawsuit against TMZ and his ex-girlfriend for a violation of privacy. Real estate tycoon Donald Sterling made $2 billion of the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers but he…>read more

No Comment View Count: 182 August 11, 2015

Aldon Smith Arrested for Hit-and-Run and Third DUI

Aldon Smith Arrested for Hit-and-Run and Third DUI Summary: Aldon Smith is facing legal trouble again after being arrested on Thursday night. According to The Guardian, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith, 25, was arrested last night by the Santa Clara police. Smith was charged with hit and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 155 August 7, 2015

Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane Investigated for Rape

Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Kane Investigated for Rape Summary: Just months after his team won the Stanley Cup, Patrick Kane is being investigated for raping a woman in his waterfront home that he met at a nightclub. Patrick Kane, a South Buffalo native and Chicago Blackhawks hockey star…>read more

No Comment View Count: 256 August 6, 2015

Tom Brady Will Still Face a Four-Game Suspension

Tom Brady Will Still Face a Four-Game Suspension Summary: There is no doubt that Tom Brady was involved in deflating the footballs for the AFC Championship game, but the NFLPA will still fight his suspension, citing word usage in who the rules apply to. The NFL will uphold…>read more

No Comment View Count: 223 July 29, 2015

NCAA Must Pay $46 Million in Class Action Antitrust Suit

NCAA Must Pay $46 Million in Class Action Antitrust Suit Summary: A federal judge has ordered that millions must be paid to compensate student athletes in a NCAA lawsuit. On Monday, a federal judge ordered the NCAA to pay close to $46 million in attorneys’ fees and costs to attorneys…>read more

No Comment View Count: 411 July 15, 2015

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