Monitoring Trustee Appointed For Live Nation Consent Decree Case
Mark Filip, a Kirkland & Ellis partner and former deputy attorney general, has been recommended by the U.S. Department of Justice to monitor Live Nation Entertainment and Ticketmaster’s compliance with their extended consent decree. Ticketmaster and its parent company Live Nation were accused of violating the terms of the... Read more
Arizona AG Announces Amended Final Judgement With Live Nation
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich minced no words when announcing the Amended Final Judgment that he and other AGs as well as the Department of Justice had reached with Live Nation related to multiple violations of a 2010 consent decree it entered as part of the approval of its... Read more
Early Information on Live Nation DOJ Settlement Unclear on Secondary Ticketing
Will the “significant changes” agreed to by Live Nation Entertainment in its settlement over alleged violations of its 2010 consent decree include any change in its secondary ticketing operations? From the details released thus far, it doesn’t look like it. In a press release outlining “the most significant enforcement... Read more
In an email sent to Pollstar, Live Nation dismissed last week’s call by a pair of senators for a hard look at the company by the Department of Justice (DOJ), accusing competitors of using misinformation related to their business practices and insisting that the DOJ has already been monitoring... Read more