A judge’s post-trial fumble has cost the Oakland Raiders a retrial in one of the biggest lawsuits in the team’s lengthy litigious history.

The California Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that now-retired Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Richard Hubbell failed to comply with a state law that required him to explain his reasons for granting the Raiders a new trial in a major territorial rights suit against the National Football League.

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