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NFL Sues Bars Again Over Telecasts

October 19, 1994

The NFL filed its sixth and seventh lawsuits this year against bars in Los Angeles and New Orleans that have allegedly shown NFL games without authorization.

The Los Angeles complaint identifies 20 establishments. Approximately half of those are named for allegedly showing blacked-out Raiders or Rams games. The other half are alleged to have shown NFL games available for purchase through an NFL subscription package without authorization.

The L.A. area bars named are: Blackie's By The Sea in Newport Beach, Clancy's Crab Boiler in Glendale, Endless Summer in Marina del Rey, Final Score in Rancho Cucamonga, Lampost Pizza in Orange, Lechuga's Hacienda in Hawaiian Gardens, Lockerroom Sports Bar in Orange, McGinty's Sports Bar and Grill in Ventura, Out of Bounds in Huntington Beach, Pierview Cantina/Cafe in Marina del Rey, Player's Club in Orange, Prince O Whales in Playa del Rey, Roundtable Pizza in Orange, Scarlet Lady Saloon in Culver City, Sports Harbor in Culver City, Texas Loosey's in Torrance and in Fullerton, The Alibi Room in Culver City, The Landing Strip in Van Nuys and Warehouse in Newport Beach.

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