Law360, Los Angeles (July 9, 2013, 8:20 PM EDT) -- A Texas federal judge on Tuesday denied certification for four proposed classes in a consolidated action accusing the National Football League of denying their promised seats during 2011's Super Bowl at Texas' Cowboys Stadium, ruling that the ticket holders' experiences were too individualized.
Plaintiffs proposed four classes: ticket holders who were denied seats and sought more than $5 million in damages, ticket holders who were delayed in gaining access to their seats because of temporary seating installation, ticket holders who were relocated from their assigned seat to other seats in the stadium, and ticket holders who had an obstructed view of...
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