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Tax debated in back wages payment of athletes

Reversing the decision of the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the IRS in U.S. v. Cleveland Indians Baseball Co., No. 00-203. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered the opinion of the ...

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Football team sues National Football League (8102)

Was the National Football League part of a conspiracy that prevented New England Patriots owner Victor K. Kiam, II from moving the team to Jacksonville, Fla≠In VKK Corp., VKK Patriots Inc. and Victor K. Kiam, II v. National Football League ...

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Football team sues National Football League

Was the National Football League part of a conspiracy that prevented New England Patriots owner Victor K. Kiam, II from moving the team to Jacksonville, Fla?In VKK Corp., VKK Patriots Inc. and Victor K. Kiam, II v. National Football League ...

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Rochester Non-profit Briefs: April 6, 2001 (8080)

Here are some interesting happenings that have or will occur involving non-profit organizations and their volunteers going the extra mile. Lollypop Farm Raises $120,000 At Telethon Congratulations to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm for raising more than $120,000 for ...

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Rochester Non-profit Briefs: April 6, 2001

Here are some interesting happenings that have or will occur involving non-profit organizations and their volunteers going the extra mile. Lollypop Farm Raises $120,000 At Telethon Congratulations to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm for raising more than $120,000 for ...

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Part I: Courts rule on cases involving golf cart injuries (8073)

Part One Of Two Within the last 12 months, about a dozen courts have handed down decisions in cases involving a plaintiff injured by a golf cart. The injuries came from a wide variety of incidents, only a few of ...

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Part I: Courts rule on cases involving golf cart injuries

Part One Of Two Within the last 12 months, about a dozen courts have handed down decisions in cases involving a plaintiff injured by a golf cart. The injuries came from a wide variety of incidents, only a few of ...

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Supreme Court of New Jersey clarifies sports injury precedents

In Schick v. Ferolito, (A-108-99) Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Court faced the question whether a heightened standard of care applies to participants in the game of golf. After reviewing the facts and precedents, Judge Jaynee LaVecchia ruled that ...

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Local lacrosse team begins working with charity

For the first time, the Rochester Knighthawks have adopted a charity to benefit from its lacrosse season.The Knighthawks are applying the successful Rochester Americans frisbee toss to support The Arc Foundation of Monroe. The foundation raises and manages funds for ...

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Supreme Court of New Jersey clarifies sports injury precedents (8015)

In Schick v. Ferolito, (A-108-99) Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Court faced the question whether a heightened standard of care applies to participants in the game of golf. After reviewing the facts and precedents, Judge Jaynee LaVecchia ruled that ...

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