Did you pay for the livestream of the Dead & Company’s farewell concert, yet fail to see all or part of the show?

We are investigating a potential lawsuit against Nugs.net, a provider of livestream concert events.

On July 16, 2023, consumers worldwide purchased a livestream concert of Dead & Company’s farewell concert through Nugs.net. Unfortunately, the streaming provider failed to broadcast the concert, leaving consumers without the live concert experience they had purchased. Did you pay for this concert, yet fail to see all or part of the show on the Nugs.net platform? If so, you may be entitled to relief. Please contact us right away to share your experience.

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When you pay for internet content, especially a live concert experience with a band you love, you expect to receive the content you purchased. This feeling is only stronger for a show advertised for months as Dead & Company’s last concert ever. Unfortunately, on July 16, 2023, Nugs.net failed to provide the live concert experience that Dead & Company fans expected and paid for. The company’s failures may have violated consumer protection laws. Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA is representing consumers who may have been damaged by Nugs.net.

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