Less than a year after moving into a new stadium mostly financed by $405 million in government bonds, a salary dump by Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins is reviving questions about why taxpayers wound up paying most of the tab for the splashy ballpark. Elsewhere in our regular look at sports and the law, Skadden lands a pair of big deals, an antitrust suit is scuttled, and new evidence emerges in the National Football League's traumatic brain injury litigation.
The Score: Will Marlins Trade Jump-Start SEC Probe?
The Am Law Daily
November 17, 2012
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