The California Supreme Court on Monday breathed new life into a bankruptcy lawyer’s proposed class action claiming Square Inc. violates a state civil rights law by barring bankruptcy professionals from using its online service to process payments.

On Monday, the California Supreme Court held that “visiting a website with intent to use its services is, for purposes of standing, equivalent to presenting oneself for services at a brick-and-mortar store” under the state’s Unruh Civil Rights Act.

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