Concert Promoter Sued by State Over Cancelled Festival
A Buffalo-based concert promoter has been sued by New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman for failing to provide refunds for Buffalove Music Festival 2017 after it was cancelled this summer, per The Buffalo News. Buffalove was supposed to take place on July 20 – 23 at The Woods at... Read more
Consumer Complaint Claims Unfair Telecharge Transaction for The Great Comet
Imagine paying close to $300 for a center stage ticket to Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway, showing up to the theater only to be seated behind a wall in the back, and realizing the person in the seat you purchased paid over $100 less?... Read more
Customer Claims TDF Takes Advantage of Senior Citizen Members
An anonymous member of the not-for-profit organization Theatre Development Fund filed a complaint with the New York State Attorney General, claiming they were taken advantage of, along with other senior citizens who join the paid membership group. The customer was charged “handling fees” for tickets they never received, to... Read more
N.F.L. Agrees to Stop Calling for Price Floor on Resold Tickets
Attorneys general from Florida, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia announced a multi-state settlement with the National Football League (“NFL”) resolving antitrust concerns about the NFL’s league-wide mandatory price floor policy. The policy required each of the 32 NFL member teams to impose a price... Read more