New Jersey Court: Jets and Giants Can’t Sideline American Dream Just Yet


New Jersey Court: Jets and Giants Can’t Sideline American Dream Just Yet

by Robert Levy on September 26, 2012

A Bergen County Superior Judge has ruled that the New York Jets and New York Giants jumped the gun in filing their New Jersey business lawsuit to halt the American Dream Meadowlands development project. While the ruling is certainly a setback, the two organizations have indicated they plan to continue their opposition the proposed megamall near MetLife Stadium.

The lawsuit alleged that the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority (NJSEA) violated the terms of a 2006 agreement when it allowed new developers Triple Five Group to expand the complex beyond its initial design without the teams’ approval. The redevelopment agreement allows the Jets and the Giants to object to project changes that will adversely impact them.

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