City Of Oakland Must Sue Raiders Before NFL Town Hall Meeting - Video
City Of Oakland Must Sue Raiders Before NFL Town Hall Meeting The Oakland Raiders under current owner Mark Davis have gone too far. Mr. Davis' makes comments to the media that consistently imply and point to what I, at first, thought was the appearance of less than good faith negotiations, and now I am certain of it. The focus is a gap in time between Spring of 2014 and February 19th 2015, or when the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers announced they were working on a stadium in Carson only as a kind of alternative to their efforts to build stadiums in Oakland and in San Diego. But Mark Davis constantly using the royal "we" in describing that the Raiders and Chargers purchased the Carson land, now makes Davis party to the actions of the Chargers in 2014 in negotiating with Starwood for the Carson property. If that is the case, then the Raiders have officially been dishonest with the City of Oakland. In 2014, Oakland was never informed of the Raiders interest in relocating to the point of any talks with any other party, like Carson or the San Diego Chargers. That not only goes against NFL Relocation Policy in the section that points to the execution of good faith negotiations, but also California law governing good faith and fair dealing and the United States Uniform Commercial Code. The duty to bargain in good faith is so basic that I recommend the City of Oakland file an injuction stopping the Oakland Raiders efforts in building a stadium in Carson and to depose all parties involved and with the objective of establishing the basis for relief on the part of the City of Oakland and Alameda County and against the Oakland Raiders. My hypothesis is a successful lawsuit will result in the Raiders remaining in Oakland and being forced to workout an agreement for a new stadium. The lawsuit should be filed before Thursday's NFL Town Hall Meeting in Oakland. For those who say that Oakland had years to build a stadium, while true, that does not give the Raiders the right to violate good faith law, as I believe they have done. This is not, in any way, anything that has to do with the players for the Oakland Raiders, many of whom have been role models for Oakland. Stay tuned. For more background see my first blog post here: http://ift.tt/1VGfkfd
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