Two lawyers filed a lawsuit against Chargers and the NFL for moving from San Diego to LA. Michael Aguirre, Former City Attorney, and Maria Severton, former Chief Deputy City Attorney, sued the football organizations on behalf of a San Diego business owner Ruth Henricks.
According to the lawsuit, Chargers and NFL officials failed to negotiate to keep the team in the city. As a result, the two former city attorneys claimed that Owner Dean Spanos decided to leave San Diego as early as 2006.
Online slot machines experts said that the claim comes closely following a comparative case. In November, the court asked Rams proprietor Stan Kroenke and the National Football League to pay $790 million as settlement for a claim filed by St. Louis interests over the group’s migration to Los Angeles in 2016.
Lawsuit Against Chargers
The 2017 claim was filed in the interest of St. Louis County, St. Louis, and the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority. According to reports, other group authorities and the association knew as soon as 2013 that the Rams intended to move yet lied when they denied it. In addition, the claim said the association disregarded its own migration rules in permitting the move.
Todd Gloria, Mayor of San Diego, told sports news coverage reporters that they would not pursue legal action. According to sports betting Korea reports, Gloria added that the previous city administrations waived their rights to claim against the Chargers and the NFL for moving after the 2008 football season.