Colts Say Suit Over Convo-Recording App Belongs In Ind.

By Shayna Posses (January 24, 2017, 3:37 PM EST) -- The Indianapolis Colts urged a Massachusetts federal judge Monday to transfer to its home state a proposed class action over a mobile application that allegedly records consumers' conversations, arguing that the suit should be litigated where the team and its fans, including the man leading the action, are located.

The football team contended that the District of Massachusetts isn't the best place for Indiana resident Alan Rackemann's suit over an app for fans, alleging that the state has no connection to the lead plaintiff, the proposed class, the conversations purportedly intercepted or any defendant but developer Adept Mobile LLC, which is...

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