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New Jersey Supreme Court Rejects Class Certification of TCCWNA Claims in Drink Price Actions

Amidst the significant increase in consumer class action litigation under New Jersey’s Truth in Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (“TCCWNA” or the “Act”), the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that TCCWNA claims could...more

New Jersey Supreme Court to Consider Key TCCWNA Issues

New Jersey’s Truth in Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA), which sat largely unnoticed in the decades following its 1980 enactment until the recent surge in putative class action filings, is now before the New...more

No Harm, No Foul: Lack of Concrete Injury Dooms Two Separate Actions Based on the Truth in Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice...

Federal courts in New Jersey have begun to weigh on the application of the Truth in Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (“TCCWNA”) in cases based on websites’ terms and conditions when the plaintiff has not alleged any...more

The New Jersey Appellate Division Confirms that TCCWNA Applies Only to “Consumers”

In the wake of a flood of consumer class-action lawsuits under the New Jersey Truth-In-Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (“TCCWNA”), the New Jersey Appellate Division recently put the brakes on plaintiffs’ lawyers in...more

The New Jersey Truth-In-Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act: What You Need to Know About “TCCWNA” and the Rise in Consumer...

Businesses with consumer products should be aware of the rise in class action filings based on the New Jersey Truth-In-Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (“TCCWNA”). Although the statute has been in place since 1981,...more

New Jersey Supreme Court Calls for More Specific Language in Arbitration Agreements

Although New Jersey public policy generally favors arbitration as a method of resolving disputes, following the New Jersey Supreme Court’s unanimous holding in Atalese v. U.S. Legal Services Group L.P., companies doing...more

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