St. Louis Stadium Authority Tells Supreme Court: Don’t Further Delay Rams Move Suit

The St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority argued to the U.S. Supreme Court that there is no reason for the court to halt its lawsuit against the Los Angeles Rams and owner Stan Kroenke. Last week, the Rams and Kroenke asked Supreme Court Justice Neil M. Gorsuch to halt the case while they petition the Supreme Court to intervene. While the St. Louis Authority stated that the Rams and Kroenke may continue to pursue their supreme court petition, they argued that the court…
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Refereeing Daily Fantasy Sports Industry: Missouri Becomes Sixth State to Pass Legislation

Amid ongoing Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) scrutiny across the United States, Missouri lawmakers have passed a bill to legalize and regulate the industry. On Thursday, May 12, 2016, the Missouri House of Representatives signed onto the Missouri Senate’s version of the bill titled “Missouri Fantasy Sports Consumer Protection Act,” HB 1941, which now awaits approval by Governor Jay Nixon. Under the bill, DFS will be exempt from existing gambling law, regulated by the Missouri Gaming Commission, but operators will be required to obtain…
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Former KC Footballers Again Ask Court to Separate Claims

On Monday, January 25, 2016, a group of ex-Kansas City Chiefs renewed their remand bid seeking to get out of Pennsylvania federal court and back to a Missouri venue. The move comes as no surprise, as the players originally sought a transfer out of the multidistrict litigation concussion suit plaguing the NFL nearly two years ago. In the renewed motion, the players bring focus as to why Missouri state court is a more appropriate forum, arguing that their claims are predicated entirely on state…
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