NFL Says Fan's Expert Can't Save Super Bowl Tix Fraud Claim

By Jeannie O'Sullivan (July 26, 2016, 6:43 PM EDT) -- The NFL fan who claims the football league violated New Jersey's consumer fraud law by failing to make enough 2014 Super Bowl tickets available for sale can't save his putative class action simply by filing a revised complaint with expert opinions, the league told a federal judge Monday.

Defending its motion to ditch the second amended lawsuit by plaintiff Josh Finkelman, the NFL said the Third Circuit already rejected his first amended complaint alleging the league's actions led to increased ticket prices on the secondary market, and the newest version of his complaint is "equally ill-fated."

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