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Fight over Bears tickets

A DuPage couple and a Schaumburg couple are seeking an injunction against an Illinois corporation to protect their Chicago Bears' season tickets.

According to the complaint, in 2002, plaintiffs David and Marilyn Wolfe and Robert Lyons and Lynne Newlon entered into an agreement with defendant Eric W. Carlson of Carlson-Seekatz, Inc. where Carlson would purchase PSL's (permanent seat licenses) and, when the Bears' rules regarding PSLs allowed, defendant would transfer ownership to the plaintiffs. 

Continue reading this entry as well as the full complaint after the jump. 

Ultimately, the transfers never took place and defendant also failed to permit plaintiffs to obtain their season tickets for the 2009 season, the complaint states.

Now, plaintiffs want to stop defendant from, among other things, transferring or selling the four PSLs at issue.

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