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Gambling technology companies accusing FanDuel Inc. and DraftKings Inc. of infringing their patents told a Nevada federal court Wednesday that the case has progressed too far for the daily fantasy sports giants to now attempt a Delaware transfer.
A Pennsylvania appeals court agreed Wednesday that a group of Super Bowl XLV ticket holders who were left without seats to the big game should not have been allowed to amend their complaint against the National Football League to include contract, rather than tort-based, claims.
An Illinois federal judge on Tuesday ended the National Basketball Retired Players Association’s challenge to a new hire's failed attempt to obtain an H-1B visa, saying the nonprofit organization has no grounds to contest the denial of the petition by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The Federal Trade Commission secured a temporary restraining order against the proposed merger between DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc. on Tuesday after raising concerns about the deal’s potential to create a “near-monopoly.”
A Texas federal judge on Wednesday said she’s leaning toward dismissal of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s allegations two top executives for a ticket reservation business are liable for a scheme that defrauded professional athletes of $33 million.