Real Estate Co. Hits NFL’s Rams With Ticket Sales Suit

Law360, New York (September 1, 2016, 3:54 PM EDT) -- RCN Capital LLC, a private real estate lender, has filed suit accusing the Los Angeles Rams of failing to honor the seat license the company paid for, selling the tickets it reserved and now charging higher prices for tickets.

South Windsor, Connecticut-based RCN Capital, in a July 28 suit that appeared in the state court docket on Wednesday, charged that the National Football League and the Rams misled and defrauded ticket buyers who had previously purchased personal seat licenses before the Rams decided this year to move to Los Angeles from St. Louis.

Before the team moved, it sold RCN Capital...

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