Anderson et al v. SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment

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Case overview

Case Number:

4:15-cv-02172

Court:

California Northern

Nature of Suit:

Other Fraud

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action

28:1332 Diversity-Petition for Removal

Judge:

Jeffrey S. White

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  1. October 31, 2017

    SeaWorld Looks To Escape Ticket Buyers' False Ad Suit

    SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment Inc. asked a California federal court on Monday to throw out a lawsuit brought by consumers accusing the water park company of lying about the health and treatment of its orca whales to induce people into buying tickets and merchandise, arguing that no consumers named in the suit have actually been injured.

  2. January 31, 2017

    Judge Rules SeaWorld Can't Shed Ticket Buyers' Claims

    A California federal judge refused to dismiss a suit brought by consumers accusing SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. of lying about the health and treatment of its orca whales in order to induce them into purchasing tickets and merchandise, ruling Monday that the proposed class’s claims were properly pled.

  3. January 10, 2017

    SeaWorld Can't Trim Ticket-Buyers' Claims, Court Hears

    A proposed class of consumers accusing SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. of lying about the health and treatment of its orca whales in order to induce them into purchasing tickets and merchandise has asked a California federal judge not to dismiss their claims, arguing they were properly pled.

  4. November 7, 2016

    Shamu Doll Claims Sink In SeaWorld Ad Suit, Judge Says

    A California federal judge on Monday kept alive consumers' proposed class action alleging SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. lied about the health and treatment of its orca whales to dupe the consumers into buying tickets, but threw out claims over purchases of plush dolls resembling the park's iconic Shamu orca.

  5. September 23, 2016

    Class Fights To Keep Suit Over SeaWorld Tickets, Plushes

    The consumers in a putative class action suit against SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. hit back against the park's motion to dismiss their claims that they had been duped into buying tickets and plush dolls, telling a California federal court the park is rehashing arguments it has already lost.

  6. September 9, 2016

    SeaWorld Wants Suit Over Purchased Tickets, Plushes Nixed

    SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. asked a California federal judge to dismiss a proposed class action accusing the theme park operator of falsely and deceptively advertising its tickets and plush toys, arguing Thursday that the proposed class lacks standing because members have not shown an intent to return.