ESPN has the NFL's opening brief appealing the preliminary injunction against the lockout and the document (with David Boies and Paul Clement on the brief) makes a persuasive case that the district court had no legal authority to enjoin the lockout. I hadn't heard anything about the Norris-LaGuardia Act in the press coverage to date. Oral argument is scheduled for June 3.
NFL lockout appeal in Eighth Circuit
- Around the web, April 11
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- CCAF Second Circuit brief in Blessing v. Sirius XM Radio, Inc.
- Around the web, December 15
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- Responding to Professor Fitzpatrick on class action fees
- NBA decertification and antitrust lawsuit
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