Law360, New York (December 6, 2016, 6:40 PM EST) -- P.C. Richard on Monday urged a New Jersey federal court to dismiss a proposed class action over the electronics retailer allegedly including the expiration date of shoppers' credit cards on receipts, arguing the claims are either preempted by Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act or fail entirely.
While named plaintiff MaryLisa Rapa in November attempted to support her state and federal claims against P.C. Richard & Son LLC stemming from a receipt she received in June bearing her American Express credit card's expiration date, the retailer said she cannot avoid the preemption of New Jersey's truncation laws by FACTA, nor her...
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