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Judge In NFL Films Lawsuit Orders Sept. 4 Status Conference
Published August 28, 2013
He ordered attorneys to be present, including those who represent key players who are objecting. The NFL reached a $50M settlement of the original NFL Films case in March, and Magnuson preliminarily approved it. But none of the original six plaintiffs agreed to the settlement, and they are encouraging their peers to opt out of the settlement or oppose it. If they opt out they can join the new Culp lawsuit.