Rams' $24M Settlement Over Seat Licenses Gets Initial Nod

By Zachary Zagger (January 24, 2019, 10:35 PM EST) -- A Missouri federal judge on Thursday gave initial approval for a $24 million class settlement with football fans who purchased expensive personal seat licenses for the NFL's Rams home games before a 2015 decision to move the team from St. Louis to Los Angeles. 

U.S. District Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr. granted preliminary approval of the settlement announced last month, setting in motion a process for those who purchased personal seat licenses, which granted them a right to buy season tickets to Rams home games, to be reimbursed up to $24 million total across two separate classes.

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