CHICAGO ROOFTOP BUSINESSES STRIKE OUT ON ANTITRUST CLAIMS AGAINST CUBS Right Field Rooftops v. Chicago Baseball Holdings | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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CHICAGO ROOFTOP BUSINESSES STRIKE OUT ON ANTITRUST CLAIMS AGAINST CUBS Right Field Rooftops v. Chicago Baseball Holdings

23 No. 2 WJANTI 7By Deborah Nathan, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Antitrust (Approx. 4 pages)

CHICAGO ROOFTOP BUSINESSES STRIKE OUT ON ANTITRUST CLAIMS AGAINST CUBS Right Field Rooftops v. Chicago Baseball Holdings

23 No. 2 WJANTI 7By Deborah Nathan, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Antitrust (Approx. 4 pages)

23 No. 2 Westlaw Journal Antitrust 7
Westlaw Journal Antitrust
*1 May 20, 2015
Baseball
By Deborah Nathan, Esq., Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw Journals
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CHICAGO ROOFTOP BUSINESSES STRIKE OUT ON ANTITRUST CLAIMS AGAINST CUBS

Right Field Rooftops v. Chicago Baseball Holdings

Two Chicago businesses whose rooftops offered prime views of Cubs baseball games failed to make a case that the team engaged in anti-competitive behavior when it put up signs that blocked their view, a federal judge has ruled.
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