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49ers Dispute Need For New Stadium Inspection In ADA Suit

Law360 (July 12, 2018, 9:05 PM EDT) -- The San Francisco 49ers have urged a California federal judge to reject stadiumgoers' latest demand in a proposed Americans with Disabilities Act class action to inspect how the team sets up security checkpoints and entrances at its home venue, arguing they had ample opportunity to inspect the stadium earlier this year.

Lead plaintiff Abdul Nevarez and the National Football League's 49ers told U.S. District Judge Susan van Keulen in a joint discovery letter brief on Wednesday that they have met, phoned and conferred extensively via email...
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