NJ Consumer Contract Act Questions May Soon Get Answers

By Loly Tor, Patrick Perrone and Alexandra Kozyra (November 22, 2017, 11:18 AM EST) -- Amidst the significant increase in consumer class action litigation under New Jersey's Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA), the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that TCCWNA claims could not be certified due to a lack of predominance, but left other TCCWNA issues to be decided another day.[1]

In Dugan v. TGI Friday's, the court addressed two consolidated appeals (Dugan and Bozzi v. OSI Restaurant Partners LLC), in which the plaintiffs alleged that the defendant restaurant operators failed to properly disclose the prices charged to customers for beverages.[2]

In Dugan, the plaintiffs claimed that TGI Friday's violated TCCWNA by listing certain...

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