In a case that drew national attention when it was filed last year, a New Jersey federal judge has dismissed all claims brought against the National Football League in a class action brought over ticket pricing for Super Bowl XLVIII held last February at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
The plaintiffs in Finkelman, et al. v. National Football League, et al. (Civil Action No.3:14¬cv¬00096 (D.N.J.)) asked the United States District Court in New Jersey to find that the league’s limited distribution of Super Bowl tickets caused Finkelman and other class members to overpay for Super Bowl seats on the secondary market. >>
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