Saks Continues Attack On Suit Over Return Policy

Law360, New York (March 17, 2015, 1:58 PM EDT) -- Saks Fifth Avenue Inc. on Monday continued to attack a proposed class action alleging that the retailer violated California law by failing to properly post its return and refund policies at its store, saying that the named plaintiff lacks standing because she was given personalized notice of the return policy.

Saks doubled down on its pending motion to dismiss plaintiff Jennifer Shaouli's lawsuit, arguing that she can't continue to pursue her case because she suffered no injury. Saks also suggests that Shaouli abused the company's return policy by returning “a whopping” $149,245 worth of merchandise over a 12-month period — which...

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December 15, 2014

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