Rams Say Fan Shouldn't Get Ruling On Seat License Refund

Law360, New York (August 15, 2016, 8:27 PM EDT) -- The NFL team formerly known as the St. Louis Rams blasted a fan’s request that a Missouri federal court rule that the team owes a proposed class a refund for rendering their seat licenses useless when it moved to Los Angeles, saying Friday that the man misinterprets the agreements.

The team said longtime season ticket holder Ronald McAllister wants the court to ignore the “clear and unambiguous” terms of the contracts by asking for a determination that the team broke their end of the deal when it canceled the pacts without refunding part or all of the deposits they paid to...

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