A legal fight of concert contracts is forcing the state to reveal its contract for shows at the IZOD Center. The Star-Ledger reports that a two year legal battle it has had with the state owned arena went in their favor on Wednesday. The state is going to have to hand over contracts via the OPRA law to show what terms were agreed upon for shows at the arena. State officials contended that making the contracts public would put them at a competitive disadvantage to other private arenas.
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