- On Monday, August 24, the NFL submitted a letter to Judge Berman responding to the case law that the NFLPA submitted to the judge at oral arguments. You can read the full letter here: bit.ly/1ETJ5RT
- — Dan Werly (@WerlySportsLaw)Mon, Aug 24 2015 20:39:59Breaking: NFL files letter to Judge Berman in Deflategate case attempted to respond to cases submitted by Brady.
- — Ian Gunn (@IanPGunn)Mon, Aug 24 2015 20:56:05NFL's distinguishing of the 2 cases I discussed in my piece (Tempo Shain & Home Indem) is fairly weak & nonresponsive 2 Berman's criticisms
- — Ian Gunn (@IanPGunn)Mon, Aug 24 2015 21:23:45Yeah, strange NFL just ignoring Brady's position on these. But then they neglected Kessler's points at oral arg https://twitter.com/WerlySportsLaw/status/635924064633286656 …
- — Ian Gunn (@IanPGunn)Mon, Aug 24 2015 21:32:45That's Kessler's argument on specific vs. general provisions. Where specific provision exists, must punish w/ that, not conduct detrimental
- — Alan Milstein (@amilst44)Mon, Aug 24 2015 21:32:32Latest filing by NFL not persuasive as it relates to evident partiality. That arbitrator in 19 cited cases did not reveal bias not the point
Dueling Deflategate Letters
Breaking down the NFL's and NFLPA's letters to Judge Berman arguing over case law.
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