Oakland News Now – But let me summarize:
The City of Oakland Has Not Filed A Lawsuit Against The Raiders And NFL because of the Las Vegas relocation. Not yet.
The City of Oakland has not, as of this writing, filed a lawsuit with any court and against the Oakland Raiders and the National Football League (NFL). So why the rancor? Two words: click bait.
First, the City of Oakland has not filed a lawsuit against the Oakland Raiders as of now.
Second, the Oakland City Council, reportedly to me, gave the Oakland City Attorney’s Office the power to file a lawsuit on its behalf and did so before the recess.
Third, the Oakland Raiders have already signed the lease extension and it was stuck at the City Attorney’s Office for a month before it was returned to the Coliseum JPA for final approval.
Fourth, the Raiders had threatened to move to San Jose if the City of Oakland files a lawsuit. That story I broke August 18th.
Please read this follow up at Oakland News Now: a href=“https://oaklandnewsnow.com/index.php/2018/09/06/raiders-lawsuit-update-city-of-oakland-v-oakland-raiders-and-nfl-potential-legal-battle-the-real-story/“ Target=“_blank”>Raiders Lawsuit Update
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