Ticket touting ban ‘unconstitutional’ Viagogo claims

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The Prohibition of Above-cost Ticket Touting Bill 2017 was approved for adoption by cabinet in July and is due back before the Dáil this month

Ticket reseller Viagogo is fighting back against the government’s planned anti-touting law, claiming it is unconstitutional and could jeopardise Irish jobs.

The Prohibition of Above-cost Ticket Touting Bill 2017 was approved for adoption by cabinet in July and is due back before the Dáil this month.

In Its legal opinion released to The Sunday Business Post, Viagogo’s lawyers said it would be “extremely vulnerable to challenge by reason of its likely infringement on constitutional...

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