Sports apparel retailer Nike Inc. and electronics giant Apple Inc. were hit with a proposed class action Friday that challenges their advertising claims that the Nike Plus FuelBand electronic wristband accurately records each calorie burned by its wearer during physical activity.
Attorneys for the National Collegiate Athletic Association asked a Pennsylvania federal judge on Monday to dismiss Gov. Tom Corbett’s suit challenging $60 million in fines levied against Penn State University, arguing that the complaint had failed to identify any relevant markets that would be impacted by the sanctions.
AMF Bowling Worldwide Inc. has scrapped its previous Chapter 11 plan and says it will merge with Strike Holdings LLC, known as Bowlmor, creating what it says will be the world’s largest bowling operator, according to documents filed Friday.
A Florida health clinic asked a state judge Wednesday to toss a suit filed against it by Major League Baseball alleging it provided performance-enhancing drugs to Alex Rodriguez and other players, saying the league failed to properly state its claim and include all the necessary parties.
The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority on Friday gave key approvals for developer Triple Five Group Ltd.'s $3 billion American Dream amusement park project, though the action could reignite legal efforts by the New York Jets LLC and New York Football Giants Inc. to block the plans.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan on Thursday slammed an attempt for sanctions by Safeway Inc. and one of its Chicago-area grocery units in a right to publicity suit, saying that their allegations that he had destroyed evidence were lies.
A Louisiana appeals court ruled Thursday that former NFL football player Dan Campbell cannot collect workers' compensation for a career-ending knee injury he suffered during training camp with the New Orleans Saints in 2009, finding he made up for the lost income through coaching work.
After being rebuffed in their attempts to sell the NBA's Sacramento Kings to a Seattle-based group led by hedge fund manager Steve Hansen, the Maloof family has agreed to sell a 65 percent stake in the team to a local group, the Sacramento mayor's office confirmed Friday, with the deal price reportedly $348 million.
Investigators at the West, Texas, fertilizer plant that caught fire in April and exploded, killing 15, said Thursday they have classified the fire’s cause as “undetermined” because they can’t rule out an intentionally set fire, a fault in one of the building’s electrical systems or a spark from a golf cart.
Real estate mogul and television personality Donald Trump has gone to court in Scotland to challenge the Scottish government's approval of a $350 million offshore wind project slated for development near Trump's new $1.1 billion golf resort, his company said Thursday.
A subsidiary of Bass Pro Inc. on Wednesday urged a Texas federal court to toss a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit alleging the sporting goods chain systematically excluded minorities from its workforce, arguing the agency rebuffed mandatory dispute resolution efforts and demanded $30 million before filing suit.
A Florida state judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by the organizer of the Sony Open tennis tournament, saying a dispute over expansion of a Miami-area playing facility was not ripe for litigation since there was no agreement in place for the project.
The National Football League recently took its sprawling insurance fight over former players' head injury suits to a New York appeals court, challenging a trial court's refusal to toss claims brought by a slew of insurance carriers.
A unit of developer Ryan Cos. U.S. Inc. has unveiled plans for a $400 million project in Minneapolis that would bring office, residential, retail and other space to a five-block downtown area next to the new Vikings stadium, according to a Tuesday announcement.
A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday ordered attorneys for basketball star Kobe Bryant into a court-guided mediation with an auction house in the hopes of avoiding a June trial over the planned auction of memorabilia Bryant says he never consented to sell.
A Friday lawsuit accusing the National Hockey League of failing to warn deceased player Derek Boogaard about the long-term health risks of head injuries could kick off a torrent of litigation against the NHL, but attorneys say that hockey’s lack of involvement in concussion research and its tolerance for fighting could prove to be game-changers for the league.
BMW of North America LLC was targeted in a putative class action in California federal court Friday alleging that the alloy wheels it used in in its BMW Z4 sports cars from model years 2007 to 2012 are prone to cracking and create a safety hazard.
The World Wrestling Federation harmed producer Andrew Green when it aired a video in which wrestler Big Show unleashed his violent persona and physically assaulted Green during a profanity-laced post-match interview, according to a lawsuit removed to Arizona federal court Friday.
A Pennsylvania town named in honor of famed Native American sports star Jim Thorpe voted Thursday to appeal to the Third Circuit a federal judge’s decision clearing the way for the athlete’s remains to be returned to tribal lands in Oklahoma.
Basketball star Kobe Bryant says he did not relinquish ownership of personal items to his mother, who consigned the items to a New Jersey auction house that plans to sell the memorabilia, according to court documents filed Wednesday in California state court.