Singh Strikes Back With Own Appeal In Antler-Spray Case

Law360, New York (June 7, 2017, 7:28 PM EDT) -- Professional golfer Vijay Singh filed a cross-appeal Tuesday against the PGA Tour in a long-running case over his suspension for using a purportedly illicit deer antler-derived spray, arguing that a New York judge improperly tossed out the golfer's argument that the tour violated an implied duty to act in good faith.

Last month New York Supreme Court Judge Eileen Bransten allowed the case to proceed and dismissed most of Singh's claims, but ultimately found there are still questions about the reasonableness of the PGA Tour's actions and the extent of the harm the suspension caused to his reputation. The PGA Tour...

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