Loss Needed For Pa. Consumer Protection Suits, Justices Told

Law360, Philadelphia (March 26, 2014, 4:06 PM EDT) -- A regional Enterprise Holdings Inc. branch urged the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday to overturn a decision that found that a customer who sued the company over damage charges she ultimately refused to pay could proceed with claims under the state’s consumer protection statute.

Enterprise Leasing Co. of Philadelphia LLC said that the state’s Superior Court had clearly erred when it issued a March 2013 decision concluding that assuming the cost of hiring an attorney qualified as a so-called ‘ascertainable loss’ required for plaintiffs to pursue...
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