A judge trying to make peace in a lawsuit over a new NFL stadium.
FOX's Chris Hoenig explains:
The Minnesota Vikings and Wells Fargo have been ordered to try to settle a lawsuit stemming over Wells Fargo placing of signs atop two towers near the Vikings brand new downtown Minneapolis stadium.
The team says the signs essentially photobomb aerial shots of the stadium, and they're worried that fans and TV viewers will say...
While rival U.S. Bank is paying millions of dollars a year in naming rights to the stadium. The Vikings had asked a judge to tell Wells Fargo...
But the judge feeling otherwise, ordering the two to get together next month to try to work out a deal and end the arguing.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News.