Cowboys Demand Lawyer to Pay $200,000 for Super Bowl Lawsuit


The Dallas Cowboys want Michael Avenatti to pay the full expense of their burdens of providing his requested documents in the possession, custody and control of the Cowboys. The lawsuit stems from the failure of Cowboys Stadium (now AT&T Stadium) to complete temporary seating for Super Bowl XLV, preventing many fans with tickets to the game from actually attending

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the game. After the decision was made that Avenatti would pay one third of their initial estimate of the process which was totaled at $75,075. Avanetti gave the team the $25,025, but is now being asked to provide the full cost of information requests on his part.

“Mr. Avenatti should not now be allowed to hide behind his clients in an attempt to avoid paying the expense borne of his unreasonable recalcitrance,” the Cowboys said in court documents.

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