DOJ Got Us Falling in Love: The Tipline for 9 February 2024

Readers of GCR have a duty to work antitrust into every conversation. The Super Bowl is no different. The game is being played in the Raiders’ stadium, the perfect opportunity to work in the team’s litigation against the NFL in 1982 for refusing to allow a move to Los Angeles, followed 40 years later by Oakland’s failed lawsuit against the league after the team packed up for Las Vegas. That, coupled with the NFL Sunday Ticket antitrust litigation, should get you to half-time, where you can spoil the King of R&B’s performance with a recap of the acquittal of former JPMorgan foreign currency exchange trader Richard Usher.

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