7th Circ. Asked To Revive Live Nation Bundling Suit

Law360, Chicago (November 14, 2013, 3:30 PM ET) -- A Chicago concertgoer urged the Seventh Circuit on Thursday to revive his proposed class action accusing Live Nation Entertainment Inc. of unfairly and illegally bundling parking fees with concert tickets, claiming a lower court improperly ignored the crux of his complaint.

During oral arguments in Chicago, an attorney for plaintiff James Batson made the case that the $9 parking fee included in his client's $45 concert ticket amounted to an unfair practice under the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act that was made possible only by Live Nation's...
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