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CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs have filed a federal lawsuit against the owner of two rooftop clubs across from Wrigley Field, accusing him of not abiding by a revenue-sharing agreement.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

The suit alleges that Thomas Gramatis hasn't shared 17 percent of his rooftop revenue with the Cubs as called for under a 2004 settlement of previous litigation and paid nothing in 2007.

In the suit filed Friday, the Cubs warned they might block the view of games from Gramatis' buildings at 3617 and 3619 N. Sheffield Ave. in the 2008 season. The Cubs estimated Gramatis' revenues could approach $7 million for 2008. Neither Gramatis nor his lawyer could be reached Monday for comment.

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