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  • July 19, 2024

    Feds Taxed $6M Race Car Like Any Old Jalopy, Importer Says

    Importers have accused U.S. Customs and Border Protection in a new lawsuit of misclassifying a $5.6 million 1955 Jaguar sports car as being subject to a 2.5% duty imposed on common "station wagons and racing cars" instead of classifying the vintage vehicle as a duty-free collectible.

  • July 19, 2024

    LA Dodgers, AEG Sued Over Attack After Elton John Concert

    The Los Angeles Dodgers and sport and entertainment company AEG Worldwide are responsible for an attack on a married couple following Elton John's final concert tour run at the Dodger Stadium, the couple alleged in a new lawsuit seeking damages in California state court.

  • July 19, 2024

    Temple U.'s Ken Jacobsen On NCAA-House Deal, What's Next

    Even with a deal of such size and consequence — approximately $2.8 billion, more than 184,000 athletes in the class, all the Power Five conferences named and with decades of court rulings leading up to it — the settlement over name, image and likeness compensation in the Grant House-led class action against the NCAA is best seen as a beginning, rather than an end.

  • July 19, 2024

    MLS, US Soccer Can't Get Redo On Antitrust Suit Preservation

    A New York federal judge told Major League Soccer and the sport's U.S. governing body that he would not reconsider a previous order that kept alive an antitrust suit against the organizations, but he did offer some of the clarification they were seeking about market definition.

  • July 19, 2024

    Ex-Bronco Linebacker Sues NFL Over Denied THC Exemption

    A former linebacker for the Denver Broncos is suing the team and the National Football League, alleging they're violating the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act by denying him an exemption to use synthetic THC to treat his disabilities.

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