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In a published ruling that could prove instructive in other premises liability cases, a state appeals court panel has tossed a $700,000 jury verdict against the Philadelphia Eagles, the corporate owner of Lincoln Financial Field and the security agency handling public safety at the stadium over injuries to a Dallas Cowboys fan who was roughed up in the stadium bathroom.

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P.J. D'Annunzio

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