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Rescheduling Requested For Trial In Super Bowl Seating Case
Published September 18, 2013
That case could go on for more than two months, and then witnesses in the NFL case would be conflicted in the buildup to the '14 Super Bowl. So Avenatti asked the court to schedule the trial well after the completion of the N.Y./N.J. Super Bowl. The case was denied class certification, so it involves only the named plaintiffs.