The New Jersey Supreme Court’s ruling in a couple of lawsuits over drink prices is making headlines across the state because of the impact it will have on other Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) cases. In Law360, Alida Kass, NJCJI’s President & Chief Counsel, highlighted the court’s determination that “for class purposes, each plaintiff must prove individually he is an aggrieved consumer — it is not enough to show some generic violation against the general public.”
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Click here to read NJCJI’s analysis of the case.
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