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Court allows class action against StubHub to proceed in court on behalf all victims who were denied refunds after the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 14, 2021 by in News

After the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cancellation or postponement of numerous live events,  Stubhub allegedly reneged on its promise to refund tickets and offered only credit.  Ahdoot Wolfson filed a class action on behalf of all the consumers who wanted refunds during these financially trying times.  StubHub attempted to stop the class action by enforcing the arbitration agreement it stuck into the fine print and force the consumers to proceed individually in secret arbitration.  Ahdoot Wolfson opposed on behalf of the consumers.

The Court decided that consumers can proceed with their class action in court under California law.  Also, all consumers who used StubHub’s mobile app to purchase their tickets can proceed with their class action in court with all of their claims. 

If you purchased tickets from StubHub and your event was canceled or “postponed” without any date certain, yet StubHub has failed to provide you with a refund, please contact our office to discuss your legal rights.

This case is In re StubHub Refund Litigation, No. 4:20-md-02951-HSG (N.D. Cal.)

Click here to review the Court’s order.