Rams Lawsuit Blocked from Arbitration by Missouri Supreme Court
St. Louis will have the chance to fight in court against the Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke and the National Football League, a Missouri Supreme Court ruled this week. While Kroenke motioned to move the suit into arbitration, the high court denied his request and will allow legal... Read more
Judge Approves St. Louis Rams PSL Settlement Up To $24M
St. Louis personal seat license (PSL) holders, who were screwed over when the Rams moved to Los Angeles after already purchasing 30-year licenses, will now receive the refunds they hoped for. Back in 2016, fans who purchased PSLs to see games at St. Louis’ Dome at America’s Center filed... Read more
Rams Could Face More Than $31 Million To Repay St. Louis PSL Holders
The Los Angeles Rams may have to pay more than $31 million to repay fans who purchased Personal Seat Licenses in St. Louis before the team relocated to California. When the team first moved to LA, it did not issue refunds for payments to PSL holders who paid for... Read more
Rams Settle Lawsuits Brought by St. Louis Season Tickets Holders
The ownership of the Los Angeles Rams have agreed to settle three class-actions lawsuits brought by fans who purchased Personal Seat Licenses when the team played its games in St. Louis, according to court fillings Monday. Details of the settlement were not provided, but the filing indicated that signatures... Read more
Rams to St. Louis Fans: We’re Keeping Your Money
“Buyer beware” is apparently the message that the Rams would like to send to the rest of the world. Ronald McAllister was one of thousands of people who had slapped down deposits for Personal Seat Licenses for Rams tickets in St. Louis. It’s only natural that when the team... Read more