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Topic - Randall M. Roden
Roden said a Duke official initially told his client the transfer was a mistake, but later said nothing could be done because the tickets were legally transferred.
"This is important and it's valuable," said Randall M. Roden, an attorney for Dorton. "She's a graduate. She genuinely wants to support the Blue Devils and go to the games. But she was shocked by the way Duke handled this."