Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

NFL ; Seat License Holders Sue Rams over Seats in Los Angeles

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

NFL ; Seat License Holders Sue Rams over Seats in Los Angeles

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ST. LOUIS - A second lawsuit has been filed over the Rams' move to Los Angeles, this time by holders of personal seat licenses who say they should retain their right to seat licenses and season tickets, even in California. The suit said the PSL agreement in St. Louis granted holders "the right to purchase season tickets for the assigned seats for each and every football season through the year 2025, but did not stipulate that the games had to be played in St. Louis.

"It's our position that the PSL holders should be allowed to either purchase tickets in L.A., or to transfer their PSLs to those who want to purchase season tickets in L.A., said attorney David Bohm. He is representing his brother and sister-in-law, Robert and Sue Bohm, along with Edward Mock and Envision LLC, an IT consulting firm and staffing agency that bought six PSLs for $27,000.

The suit seeks class-action status for more than 30,000 PSL holders who retained licenses as of the 2015 season. …

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