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An insurer for Equinox Fitness beat a claim from another insurer of the luxury gym that it wasn’t paying its fair share of legal fees in an ongoing sexual assault lawsuit a Pilates instructor brought against another employee, according to a California federal court ruling Friday.
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The inside story of how an avaricious lawyer, an ex-con and an unlicensed doctor preyed on NFL players in hopes of getting rich off the league's landmark concussion settlement.
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The director of the Grand Slam Board on Friday reversed a sanction for professional tennis player Anna Tatishvili that was imposed for her failure to meet a “professional standard” after she lost her opening match at the 2019 French Open upon her return from injury.
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A California federal judge struggled to see how an antitrust injury resulted from the National Football League allowing the Raiders team to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, but nonetheless granted on Friday the City of Oakland an opportunity to amend its complaint.
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In Law360's latest roundup of new actions at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, Tinder takes a swipe at a smaller company's “Swiped-Out” trademark, golf legend Jack Nicklaus defends his "Golden Bear" logo, and BMW finds itself in a "Mini" dispute with Macy's.
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Boston courthouses have been hopping as spring has turned to summer and high-profile white collar cases, the anticipated verdict in a landmark education and employment case, and a pair of cases dealing with courthouse immigration arrests have been filling up the Bay State's dockets. Here, Law360 highlights some of the most important cases to watch in the second half of 2019.
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Eleven firms are set to guide eight initial public offerings estimated to raise more than $1.4 billion during the week of July 22, continuing a sizzling stretch on the IPO schedule highlighted by a Chinese sports marketing giant and a wide gamut of issuers.
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The Palestine Football Association's president has lost his Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal challenging a one-year FIFA ban for his conduct in telling fans to burn Lionel Messi shirts to protest the soccer legend's plans to play a match with Israel.
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Cavs Legion, an esports team affiliated with the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, said Friday it will open a new facility in Cleveland that will cater to players and fans of the fast-growing esports industry.
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Energy drink maker Red Bull hid the danger and injuries inherent in its extreme-sports stunts when it got a TV reporter to crash off a ramp into the Ohio River as part of its Flugtag event at Pittsburgh's 2017 Three Rivers Regatta, the journalist has alleged in a lawsuit.

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