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Narrower Is Better - The Third Circuit's Latest Word On Conscious Parallelism And The Problem Of Plus Factors: In Re Flat Glass, Joseph Skocilich Jan 2005

Narrower Is Better - The Third Circuit's Latest Word On Conscious Parallelism And The Problem Of Plus Factors: In Re Flat Glass, Joseph Skocilich

Villanova Law Review

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Upon Further Review: Why The Nfl May Not Be Free After Clarett, And Why Professional Sports May Be Free From Antitrust Law, Darren W. Dummit Jan 2005

Upon Further Review: Why The Nfl May Not Be Free After Clarett, And Why Professional Sports May Be Free From Antitrust Law, Darren W. Dummit

Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law

This note begins by reviewing the Jewel Tea line of cases that theoretically serve as the starting point for any non-statutory exemption discussion, followed by brief overviews of the contrasting Wood and Mackey lines of cases. The background section then turns to a summary of Brown--the latest Supreme Court decision relating to the collective bargaining process in professional sports--followed by a brief discussion of the NFL eligibility rule and how it differs from the recently-enacted NBA eligibility rule, which is of unquestioned legality. Finally, both the District Court and Court of Appeals decisions in Clarett are summarized.

The analysis begins …