Pa. High Court To Clarify State Consumer Protection Statute

Law360, Philadelphia (January 31, 2014, 5:42 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said Thursday that it would hear a case in which an intermediate appeals court found that a woman could sue a rental car provider over damage charges under the state's consumer protection law even though she did not pay any penalty to the company.

The justices said that they would review the Superior Court's decision favoring Christina Grimes in a dispute with Enterprise Leasing Co. of Philadelphia LLC. In March 2013, the appeals court reversed a trial court ruling that threw out...
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