New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning appears on TV in a P.C. Richard & Son Store in New York in 2008. Photo credit: Daniel Acker / Bloomberg
A New Jersey Supreme Court ruling could help identify the state courts as a friendly place to complain about sales receipts that contain too much information about consumers.
The judges on Wednesday overturned the Appeals Division's dismissal of a class action suit in which retailer P.C. Richard & Son for violating the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003.