December 5th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

A state district judge in Newton County has approved class action status for a lawsuit filed by a Texas A&M former student against the fund-raising 12th Man Foundation. The decision by State District Judge Gibbs Walker could enable several hundred longtime A&M donors to join as plaintiffs in a 2018 lawsuit filed by Nathan Hines of Newton, who says the foundation deprived him and others of ticketing and parking rights awarded when they signed endowment agreements with the 12th Man Foundation in the 1980s and ‘90s. The plaintiffs seek either to have what they believe are their proper seat locations at Kyle Field restored or, as an alternative, damages, costs, and fees in excess of a million dollars. – David Barron, Houston Chronicle, Read More

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