Rams Seat License Holder Seeks Class Cert. In Suit Over Move

By Rick Archer (December 13, 2016, 5:49 PM EST) -- A seat license holder for the former St. Louis Rams asked a Missouri federal court Monday to certify a class for his suit accusing the NFL team of making the licenses worthless by moving to Los Angeles.

Ronald McAllister, one of a group of fans involved in a consolidated suit against the team over the move, asked the court to certify some of the personal seat license holders as a class, saying they are sufficiently numerous and easily identifiable.

"Administratively and practically, this case is the ideal class action, with a well-defined class and subclass, as well as a defendant whose...

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