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Rangers - Franchise transaction: Frank L. Morsani & Tampa Bay Baseball Group, Inc. v. Major League Baseball, et al.
adidas/Yankees- Licensing: New York Yankees Partnership, et al. v. Major League Baseball Enterprises, Inc. et al.
Bulls/WGN - Telecast rights: Chicago Professional Sports Limited Partnership & WGN Continental Broadcasting Company v. National Basketball Association
King of the Court - Labor issue: Independent Entertainment Group v. National Basketball Association
League - Licensing: NBA Properties, Inc. v. Salvino, Inc. and Salvino, Inc. v. NBA Properties, Inc. & Mattell, Inc.
Rams - Franchise relocation: St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission v. National Football League, et al.
Raiders - Franchise relocation: National Football League v. Los Angeles Raiders, and Oakland Raiders v. National Football League & The Five Smiths, Inc.
Patriots - Franchise transaction: Francis W. Murray & FWM Corporation v. National Football League, et al.
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