The Nationwide Soccer League defended itself Thursday towards prices that its ticketing insurance policies for the 2014 Tremendous Bowl violated New Jersey’s shopper fraud regulation, in arguments earlier than the state Supreme Courtroom that reached a granular stage with disputes over phrases within the statute together with “the” and “these.”

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The case was spurred by a 2014 federal lawsuit filed by a New Jersey man who claimed he was pressured to pay greater than double the $800 face worth for a ticket on the secondary market…

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