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12-18-2012, 02:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Prongo View Post
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sport...medium=twitter

Good article here that is actually an expert in the field. Walsh(hate him or not) said the SN attorney has no background in any sports lawsuits. He is an intellectual property expert(no clue what the hell that is)

None of these cases by the PA's has ever gone long enough to make a decision. So all they can do is give their legal advice on what they think will happen.
He's talking about something different. He is talking about the actually ability of the players to decertify and file anti-trust related lawsuits. My argument, and presumably the arguments of those responding to me, is predicated on the assumption that they would be legally able to file such claims. If the courts ruled they couldn't because it is a sham decertification as the NHL is claiming, then the last few pages of arguments would be completely moot anyway. Haha.

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