NJ Appeals Courtroom: Retail Observe of Marking Up Costs Earlier than Making use of Reductions Violates Client Legal guidelines

NJ Appeals Court: Retail Practice of Marking Up Prices Before Applying Discounts Violates Consumer Laws

An age-old retail industry trick just got thrown in the clearance bin by the New Jersey Appellate Division.

The appeals court held that a trial judge erred in dismissing a claim of false advertising brought by consumers against SPARC Group over clothing prices. While the court found that the judge thoroughly addressed all the statutory and common-law counts, it disagreed with the determination that the plaintiffs failed to alleged an ascertainable loss.


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