CORRECTION: MLB Fans Say 'Notorious' Objector Behind TV Deal Protest

Law360, New York (April 19, 2016, 2:22 PM EDT) -- Major League Baseball fans told a federal court Monday that “notorious” objector counsel Christopher Bandas is behind a challenge to an antitrust class settlement that led to reduced prices and single-team packages for the league’s online streaming service, calling the challenge for lack of monetary relief and high attorneys fees “baseless” and asking for a $150,000 bond.

Class member Sean Hull filed an objection on Friday to the settlement reached earlier this year ending long-running claims by baseball fans against MLB, Comcast Corp., DirecTV LLC and other sports networks alleging they suppressed competition in the baseball television market. The objection argued that...

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