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Tinder No Match for CA’s Second District Court of Appeal in Allegedly Ageist Pricing Case

Posted in California Courts, Class Action Litigation, Litigation Trends

A California appellate court recently ruled that Tinder’s age-based pricing strategy violated the state’s Unruh Civil Rights Act, which broadly outlaws discrimination based on sex, race, sexual orientation, age, and other classes. California’s Second District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles reversed the trial court’s dismissal of a class action brought by a putative group… Continue Reading