OAKLAND RAIDERS v. NAT'L FOOTBALL LEAGUE, B163115
In an action concerning a professional football team's relocation to a new city, the district court's grant of plaintiff's motion for a new trial is reversed where neither the conflicting evidence of juror misconduct nor any asserted instructional error justifies a new trial.
- Decided 02/23/2005
- Published 02/23/2005
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellees:
- Kaye Scholer, Larry R. Feldman, Robert M. Turner, Los Angeles; Arnold & Porter, John J. Quinn, Los Angeles, Laurence J. Hutt, Los Angeles; and Jeffrey E. Birren, Alameda, for Plaintiff, Cross-defendant and Appellant The Oakland Raiders., Covington & Burling, Gregg H. Levy; Ruby & Schofield, Allen J. Ruby, San Jose; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Douglas B. Adler, Los Angeles, for Defendant, Cross-complainant and Appellant National Football League and for Defendants and Respondents Paul Tagliabue and Neil Austrian.