Ticketmaster is suing a Pittsburgh software company for allegedly selling software that allowed users to scalp Hannah Montana tickets.
Ticketmaster's suit accuses RMG Technologies of selling software that allows users to flood Ticketmaster with requests and then sell the tickets at inflated prices.
Ticketmaster is seeking an injunction to stop RMG from selling the software.
RMG owner Cipriano Garibay tells the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, "I have a lot of things to say, but I shouldn't say them right now."
A decision is expected Monday. The highest face value for a Hannah Montana ticket for the January 4th show in Pittsburgh was $63, but some have been offered for as much as $2,500.