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New York is one of the few states where ticket scalping is perfectly legal, or at least was legal until this month. As the state that boasts Broadway, Madison Square Garden, and 30 Rockefeller Plaza, among countless other entertainment venues, New York is the perfect laboratory for this controversial approach to ticket sales.
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On February 24, 2009 By JETLaw January 29, 2014
Ticketmaster settled with the state of New Jersey to resolve more than 2,000 complaints over the company’s mishandling of ticket sales to see Bruce Springsteen concerts, the New Jersey attorney general’s office said on Monday. According to Attorney General Anna Milgram, Ticketmaster has not admitted wrongdoing but has agreed to pay [...]Continue Reading →
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