NJ Court Broadly Interprets Consumer Contract Protection Statute


NJ Court Broadly Interprets Consumer Contract Protection Statute

by Christine M. Vanek on August 12, 2013

Discount restaurant coupons purchased online qualify as contracts under the state’s consumer protection statute, according to the Supreme Court of New Jersey. The panel was asked to weigh in by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, which is considering the dismissal of a class-action lawsuit against Restaurant.com.

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