NFL Fans Want Sunday Ticket Suit Returned To Calif. Court

Law360, New York (February 1, 2016, 10:14 PM EST) -- Fans in a lawsuit that was swept into multidistrict litigation over DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket package urged the California federal court overseeing the case Friday to send their suit, which brings claims under California's state business practices and consumer protection laws, back to state court.

Robert Gary Lippincott Jr. filed his putative class action in Sonoma County Superior Court in October, alleging that agreements class members entered into with DirecTV Inc. to be able to watch NFL games through the Sunday Ticket package were "void as illegal contracts since they contained unconscionable provisions" in violation of California law. The suit was...

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