Tag: Northern District of California

Summary Judgment Would Give Either Side Tremendous Pull in USWNT Labor Dispute

USWT pay tug

The US Soccer Federation continues to spend money on maintaining its misogyny and protecting its privilege instead of using those same funds to compensate the members of the United States Women’s National Team equitably. The latest incarnation of that is a petition for summary judgment from federal District Judge R. Gary Klausner.

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Will Oakland Survive the NFL’s Motion to Dismiss (Part 3)

Raiders helmet in Northern District of California Court

In Part 1 of our deep-dive on the Oakland lawsuit, we covered whether Oakland had properly alleged an antitrust claim and in Part 2, if Oakland was the proper plaintiff. In Part 3 we examine the question, “Did Oakland suffer a direct injury?” as we look at the NFL’s arguments surrounding the NFL’s motion to dismiss.

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