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Recouping NFL Team Revenues Lost Due to ADA Seating Requirements

Summary:


The Lost Ticket Revenue and Lost Concession Revenue formulas involved
a combined 22 different components, which even to the sophisticated panel
was confusing. This graphic is representative of the graphical interpretation
of formulas that helped the panel reach a breakthrough and determine once
and for all what the contractual terms meant in real dollars.

A National Football League team was indemnified by the host city for revenue losses resulting from seating changes to the city-owned stadium that were necessary to comply with the Americans with Disability Act. After several years of not receiving lost revenue compensation, the team sued the city. A significant roadblock to resolution was how lost revenue was supposed to be calculated.


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