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Federal Judge Denies Class Action Status For Super Bowl Ticketholders
Published July 10, 2013
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Judge Barbara Lynn found the ticketholders were too individualized, with too many different potential damages to be considered a class. Ticketholders were lumped into four groups – those who did not get in to see the game live, those who were delayed getting to their seats, those who got in but missed parts of the game being moved to new seats and those who received replacement seats with obstructed views.