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Judge Rules Against Former NFLers Seeking To Intervene In Case
Published July 30, 2014
On the same day Brody ruled against them, their attorney earlier had filed a 16-page motion explaining why they should be allowed to intervene in the case. The seven have also appealed to the Third Court of Appeals Brody’s decision to preliminarily approve the settlement.