So you've got someone who doesn't own the team, and hasn't for a long time, complaining that his anecdotal evidence isn't being followed, saying that he think Beth Bowlen should given ownership, that the trust isn't following NFL rules, and that after all is said and done the team should pay for his legal fees.

This doesn't seem like a case that will last very long. And since Roger Goodell has gone on record as saying that the Trust is following league rules, it would seem that at least part of his claims are correct, and other parts not provable. I anticipate the league will get involved in the lawsuit to some extent.