NY Giants Defeat Memorabilia Dealer's Bid For Attys' Fees

Law360, New York (October 6, 2016, 8:41 PM EDT) -- The New York Giants do not have to pay for federal court attorneys' fees incurred by a memorabilia dealer who accused the team of scapegoating him to hide its distribution of bogus collectibles, the Third Circuit affirmed Thursday, saying it was reasonable for the team to believe federal jurisdiction was invoked.

The non-precedential panel ruling answered an appeal filed by Eric Inselberg, who argued that the Giants should pay the legal fees he incurred while trying to get his suit remanded back to New Jersey state court because the team's approach to his claims was "objectively unreasonable," as the litigation relied...

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