New Jersey businesses should not have to defend themselves against class action lawsuits where no one has been seriously harmed. That was the argument recently made before the NJ State Supreme Court by attorney David R. Kott of McCarter & English.
Earlier this year, the court ruled that class action lawsuits should not be certified based only on technical violations of a state consumer protection law even if no harm is suffered by the plaintiffs. Now, the court is trying to decide how much harm a plaintiff must show before he or she can sue.
Click to read “The NJ Supreme Court Argument That Lawsuits Must Have Actual Injury” article.
Click here to view Mr. Kott’s argument.