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Displaced Super Bowl fans get more time to decide on lawsuit

Fans whose seats weren't ready on Super Bowl Sunday at Cowboys Stadium will get more time to decide whether to accept a settlement from the National Football League or join a class-action lawsuit, a federal judge in Dallas has ruled, according to USA Today.

Los Angeles-based attorney Michael J. Avenatti has filed a $5 million suit against the league, the Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones. About 1,200 fans lost their seats when a month-long temporary seating project overseen by the Cowboys wasn't completed by game time.

Here's a copy of the complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Dallas.



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