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PATS TICKET LAWSUIT UPHELD, BUT JUDGE WILLING TO COMPROMISE
Published May 12, 1995
MA Appeals Court Judge Frederick Brown denied a motion by Patriots attorney Paul Robertson to overturn a previous injunction against the team prohibiting them from quintupling the price of certain tickets, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. Paul Langner notes that last March, Norfolk Superior Court Judge Thomas Connolly "enjoined" the Pats from raising the prices of the "chairback tickets" from $500 to $2,500. The complaint was filed by six ticket agencies who stated Pats Owner Bob Kraft had "broken his word and tradition." While the request was denied, Robertson can reconsider his decision (Paul Langner, BOSTON GLOBE, 5/12).