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Judge Orders NFL, Super Bowl Ticketholders Into Settlement Talks
Published September 25, 2013
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Lynn yesterday wrote in a filing with the court, “Not later than October 2, 2013, the parties and their respective lead counsel must meet in person or by telephone conf. to discuss settlement of this case. All parties must make a good faith effort to settle this case. At the conclusion of this conference, counsel must, within three business days, notify the Court in writing of the participants' names and capacities, and the results of the settlement conference.”