Rams Season Ticket Holders Seek $50M Over Move To LA

Law360, New York (February 10, 2016, 6:38 PM EST) -- The St. Louis Rams were hit with a proposed class action in a Missouri federal court Tuesday for up to $50 million in damages over allegations that fans' season seat licenses are worthless because the team is moving to Los Angeles.

According to the complaint, tens of thousands of St. Louis Rams season ticket holders now have unusable personal seat licenses, which reserved them seats in the Rams' St. Louis stadium for each of football team's seasons from 1995 through 2024. The Rams are required to reimburse class members for the remaining nine years on their licenses, the complaint said....

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