Playing for keeps: Elena Kagan vs. NFL
Supreme Court nominee's antitrust role, the Coyotes' future, and a Mark Cuban lawsuit
To some people, "briefs" are what you wear instead of boxers. But not in our Courtside Seat.
To some people, a "related party transaction" happens when it's time to pass the hat and collect the cash for the second keg before closing time. But not in our Courtside Seat.
To some people, a "memorandum of understanding" is
well, even in our Courtside Seat, we can't see how a "memorandum of understanding" might apply to everyday existence. But it sounds like fun, doesn't it? ...
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