Supreme Court denies request to hear fantasy license case
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Monday refused to step into a dispute between a fantasy sports business and professional baseball.
Without comment, the justices declined to hear the case involving a segment of the $1.5 billion fantasy sports industry in the United States, in which participants manage imaginary teams based on the real-life performances of professional players.
The lawsuit involves C.B.C. Distribution and Marketing Inc., a Missouri company unable ...
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