Rams Fans' Merchandise Claims Will Be Tough To Prove

By Zachary Zagger (October 13, 2016, 9:28 PM EDT) -- Disgruntled fans of the former St. Louis Rams who say they're out thousands of dollars now that the team is returning to Los Angeles have had some success in recouping nontransferable seat license fees, but attorneys say those early wins may not stretch to other cases about ticket and merchandise purchases.

The Rams were hit with at least four putative class actions after NFL owners approved the franchise's bid to relocate to Los Angeles, where the Rams played from 1946 to 1994, to play in a new, nearly $2 billion stadium being built by billionaire team owner Stan Kroenke.

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