Tag-team testimony begins in legal brawl over WWF

Greppi, Michele
June 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;06/13/2000, Vol. 363 Issue 24, p4
Focuses on USA Networks' filing of a lawsuit in Delaware against Viacom. Goal of retaining hit programming by World Wrestling Federation Entertainment; Absence of opening and closing arguments in the legal jousting presided over by Chancellor William Chandler.


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