A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit filed agains the Rams on behalf of people who bought personal seat licenses during the NFL team’s two decades in St. Louis.
Holders of the personal seat licenses, or PSLs, filed three separate lawsuits against the Rams in early 2016, within weeks of the vote that freed the team to move from St. Louis to Los Angeles. Those lawsuits were eventually combined into one.
The PSLs, a one-time fee that gave purchasers the right to purchase season tickets to the Rams, were good for 30 years, but the team left St. Louis after 21. The lawsuit sought refunds for nine unused years of seat licenses, plus damages.
A filing Monday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis didn’t contain details of the settlement, but details could be filed within a week.
Read more: St. Louis Post-Dispatch