Tinder Takes Age Discrimination Case To Calif. High Court

Law360 (March 13, 2018, 2:11 PM EDT) -- Tinder filed an appeal to the California Supreme Court on Monday following a ruling in January that the popular dating app discriminated against people older than 30 by charging them higher prices.

In a petition to the state high court, Tinder said the Jan. 29 ruling “sharply diverges” from decades of case law that says “benign and widely accepted age‐related business practices” do not flout California discrimination law.

“The decision will have far-reaching and negative economic consequences both for young people trying to find their financial...
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