Ex-NFL Star Turns To Antitrust Law In Jersey Fight

Law360, New York (October 4, 2011, 1:23 PM EDT) -- A Pro Football Hall of Famer hit the National Football League Inc., the NFL players' union and Reebok International Inc. with a suit in New York federal court on Thursday, claiming they unlawfully restrained trade by refusing to create NFL-licensed jerseys bearing his name.

Ex-Buffalo Bills lineman Joe DeLamielleure's one-count complaint, which accuses the defendants of restraint of trade in violation of New York's Donnelly Act, targeted the National Football League Players Association and National Football League Players Inc. as well as the NFL and Reebok....
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