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LA Supreme Court Dismisses Lawsuit Over Saints Playoff Loss

Sep 06, 2019 05:00PM ● By News Desk
The Saints fans who filed suit against the NFL, its commissioner, and certain officials based on actions which occurred during the 2019 NFC Championship game between the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. Specifically, alleged the NFL and the game officials engaged in a conspiracy and committed fraud and deceptive trade practices entitled them to damages was dealt a huge loss today as the Louisiana Supreme Court in Orleans Parish overturned a lower courts ruling and dismissed the case.  

NO. 2019-CC-1264

PLAINTIFFS:
ANTONIO LE MON, A PROFESSIONAL LAW CORPORATION; SUSAN S. BOUDREAUX; AND JANE N. PREAU WIFE OF/AND WILLIAM J. PREAU, III
VS.
DEFENDANTS:
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE; ROGER GOODELL, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS COMMISSIONER OF THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE; NFL PROPERTIES LLC, AS SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST
TO NFL PROPERTIES, INC.; PATRICK O. TURNER, JR.; GARY P. CAVALETTO; AND WILLIAM J. VINOVICH, III ON SUPERVISORY WRIT TO THE CIVIL DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF ORLEANS
CURRENT ISSUE