US: Supreme Court allows NFL licensing appeal
Judges in the US have opened up the playing field for a challenge to the National Football League's clothing license deals.
The US Supreme Court has reversed a Court of Appeals ruling on the application of the antitrust laws to the NFL.
American Needle claims that each of the 32 teams should be considered a separate businesses, rather than a single entity under antitrust laws.
The court ruled for the case to be remanded for further proceedings.
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