"Michael Schiavone of Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, who, with Jeffrey F. Reina, filed the lawsuit for the Bills, declined to comment."
Paul Cambria has been an occasional guest on the Shredd & Ragan show. I wonder if that's come to an end. The Dickey clan, usually the plaintiff in legal matters, has in-house counsel and could be in for a rough ride. Cambria's microphone and camera radar are as refined as Senator Chuck Schumer's.
"For the 2011 NFL football season, the reasonable value of the exclusive radio broadcast rights and perquisites was believed to be at least $2.4 million, of which an amount believed to be at least $1 million remains due and owing," according to the lawsuit.
The guess is this issue will be settled out of court. Cumulus could petition the Court to allow access to the Bills books, something the Bills and all NFL teams are loathe to do. It could make for good theater. I only hope it doesn't adversely affect the air staff. The (freakin') intrigue never ends.