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US Appeals Court Revives Suit Against Coachella Festival

 |  May 13, 2020

A federal appeals court on Tuesday, May 12, revived an antitrust lawsuit accusing the operators of the Coachella music festival in southern California of illegally banning artists from playing in other festivals for nearly five months. 

The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Portland, Oregon, stated in an unsigned order that a lower court judge erred in concluding that operators of that city’s Soul’d Out music festival lacked standing to sue Anschutz Entertainment Group, Goldenvoice, and other defendants associated with Coachella.

Full Content: Reuters

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