The US Supreme Court holds that teams of the national football league engaged in concerted practices (NFL)

U.S. Supreme Court holds licensing activities of NFL teams were joint conduct subject to § 1 Sherman Act* On 24 May 2010 the U.S. Supreme Court held that teams of the National Football League (“NFL”) engaged in concerted action subject to Section 1 Sherman Act when licensing their intellectual property rights such as brands and logos through an entity called the National Football League Properties

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Juha Vesala, The US Supreme Court holds that teams of the national football league engaged in concerted practices (NFL), 24 May 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin Judicial review, Art. N° 62371

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