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The World Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday that it has “successfully retrieved” data from a Moscow laboratory that the organization had demanded as part of its decision to reinstate the Russian Anti-Doping Agency after an alleged widespread, state-sponsored doping scheme.
A Manhattan federal judge ordered Seat Scouts LLC effectively closed Thursday after a jury smacked the ticket tech concern and its CEO with $4.5 million of damages, finding they pilfered technology from competitor Broker Genius Inc. that allows resale brokers to easily reprice sports and entertainment stubs.
The NFL asked a California federal court to once again dismiss a proposed class action by former players alleging the league was negligent in providing them painkillers to get back in the game, saying the players didn't show that any NFL employees were involved in giving them the drugs.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced a new bill Thursday that would make sports betting legal in the state and add a new tax to already legal daily fantasy sports sites, proposals stemming from last year’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision giving states the ability to legalize sports wagering.
Philadelphia Eagles lineman David Lane Johnson has told a New York federal judge to reject the NFL Players Association’s bid for a quick win in his suit over access to the league's drug testing policy, saying the union has still not turned over a full copy of the document per his labor rights.