Hawaii Jury Says NCAA Didn't Hinder $1M Aloha Deal

Law360, New York (September 22, 2011, 9:33 PM EDT) -- A Hawaii state jury on Monday found the NCAA had not interfered with a Hawaii sports sponsoring agency's ability to sell the Seattle Bowl to another agency, ending a seven-year battle that has bounced back and forth between state and federal courts.

The jury dismissed the Aloha Sports Inc.'s claim that the NCAA interfered with its $1 million deal to sell the Seattle Bowl, which Aloha owns, to Pro Sports & Entertainment Inc. The tortious interference claim was the last standing after the agency's contract, antitrust...
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