Microsoft Says Sales Differences Bar Cert. In Privacy Suit

Law360, New York (September 10, 2013, 6:20 PM EDT) -- Microsoft Corp. on Friday urged a California federal judge to refrain from certifying a class action accusing it of illegally collecting consumers' personal information during credit card transactions, saying that each class member would have had a different sales experience.

Plaintiff Pamela Gossoo on Aug. 30 moved to certify the class action alleging violations of, among other things, the state's Song-Beverly Credit Card Act, contending that consumer cases like hers, which arise from a single course of conduct that affects large numbers of consumers, are particularly...
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