Class Swimsuit Searching for Statutory Damages Over Register Receipts Will get Reinstated

Class Suit Seeking Statutory Damages Over Register Receipts Gets Reinstated

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.


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