Priceline Can't Escape Resort Fee Suit, Class Says

Law360, New York (October 26, 2015, 10:39 PM EDT) -- A proposed class suing Priceline and Hilton Worldwide in Connecticut federal court fired back at Priceline's motion to dismiss Friday, claiming it sidestepped allegations that the site concealed mandatory resort fees from customers who used its "Name Your Own Price" feature and mischaracterized class arguments.

Adam Singer — who sued The Priceline Group Inc. and Hilton Worldwide Inc. on behalf of the proposed class in July, claiming that travelers who bid on hotel rooms through Priceline ended up paying undisclosed fees to Hilton and other hotels on top of what they offered to pay — said Priceline focused its argument for...

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