A US District Court dismisses with prejudice a class action insofar as the class action’s plaintiffs have not overcome the pleading deficiencies following the first judicial review of their pleadings (OTC Hotel Booking)

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas dismissed Second Consolidated Amended Complaint against hotel chains and online travel agencies* On 28 October 2014 the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Texas dismissed with prejudice a class action against hotel chains and Online Travel Agencies (“OTAs”), insofar as class action’s plaintiffs have not overcome the pleading deficiencies following the first judicial review of their pleadings which the Court originally dismissed without prejudice on18 February 2014 (see

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Gabriele Accardo, A US District Court dismisses with prejudice a class action insofar as the class action’s plaintiffs have not overcome the pleading deficiencies following the first judicial review of their pleadings (OTC Hotel Booking), 27 October 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin Platforms, Art. N° 72168

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