Law360, San Francisco (June 11, 2018, 8:20 PM EDT) -- A San Francisco judge said Monday that StubHub can't escape a proposed class action alleging the live entertainment ticket vendor hides fees from customers until checkout, finding there were enough factual questions to get the lead plaintiff "past the pleading hurdle," but adding that "it may not get her past any other hurdle."
The suit, filed by Susan Wang, alleges StubHub Inc. and parent eBay Inc. lure customers into purchasing tickets to live shows by advertising artificially low ticket prices and hiding fees that aren't revealed until after the customer has logged in and provided payment information.
StubHub and eBay countered...
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