Tag Archives: New Jersey

New Jersey Shopper Privacy Bill Signed into Law

On July 21, 2017, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill that places new restrictions on the collection and use of personal information by retail establishments for certain purposes. The statute, which is called the Personal Information and Privacy Protection Act, permits retail establishments in New Jersey to scan a person’s driver’s license or other state-issued identification card only for eight purposes. … Continue Reading

TCCWNA Updates

TCCWNA case law has continued to develop with no end in sight. Recently, courts have grappled with definitional questions that could impact the scope of the law and affect sellers of consumer goods and services.… Continue Reading

New Law in a TCCWNA Terms and Conditions Case

The first blow to the recent expansive application of the New Jersey TCCWNA was struck by a federal court in California last month. In Candelario v. Rip Curl, Inc., the Central District of California granted a motion to dismiss a complaint alleging a TCCWNA violation of website terms and conditions because the plaintiff lacked Article III standing. … Continue Reading

New Jersey Moves Forward with Shopper Privacy Bill

On September 15, 2016, the New Jersey Senate unanimously approved a bill that seeks limit retailers’ ability to collect and use personal data contained on consumers’ driver and non-driver identification cards. The bill, known as the Personal Information and Privacy Protection Act, must now be approved by the New Jersey Assembly.… Continue Reading

Latest TCCWNA Class Action Could Transform Seller/Consumer Relationship

The tidal wave of New Jersey Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act claims just swept up a novel argument: a class complaint against Facebook, Inc. argues that the popular social media site’s terms of use is subject to TCCWNA because Facebook profits from users’ personal information and intellectual property.… Continue Reading

The New Wave of Consumer Class Action Targeting Retailers: What is the TCCWNA?

TCCWNA. The very acronym evokes head scratches and sighs of angst and frustration among many in the retail industry. The New Jersey Truth-in-Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act was passed in 1981 to protect consumers from allegedly deceptive practices in consumer contracts, warranties, notices and signs. Continue reading for an in-depth view of the TCCWNA and what retailers can do to minimize risk. … Continue Reading
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