Airbnb, NYC Pause Customer Data Suit To Seek Settlement
Law360 (February 14, 2020, 9:18 PM EST) -- A federal court granted a temporary stay Friday to Airbnb’s lawsuit against New York City over an ordinance requiring disclosure of the short-term rental company’s customer data after both sides asked for more time to negotiate a settlement.
Airbnb has said a New York City ordinance requiring short-term rental platforms to share customer information violates the Fourth Amendment. (AP)
U.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer’s order also extended to a consolidated case brought by HomeAway, another short-term rental company that filed a suit against the New York City ordinance.
A pause will “afford the parties an opportunity to explore a settlement that could render remaining...
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