PGA Tour Asks Judge To Rethink Sustaining Antler Spray Suit
Law360, New York (June 22, 2017, 7:10 PM EDT) -- The PGA Tour on Wednesday urged a New York state judge to rehear its arguments that a lawsuit by professional golfer Vijay Singh over a suspension for using a purportedly illicit, deer-antler-derived spray should not go to trial, arguing that Singh has not actually raised any admissible evidence to show the suspension caused him a specific harm.
The PGA Tour had sought summary judgment to end a 4-year-old lawsuit by Singh that alleges the tour acted unreasonably when it suspended him for using the deer antler spray as a purported performance-enhancing substance. The suspension was eventually dropped after the World Anti-Doping...
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