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Daily Dashboard | Plaintiff Asks Appeals Court To Revive Ralphs Suit Related reading: Mass. attorney general sues Equifax; other actions may follow

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A Ralphs Grocery Co. customer has urged “a California appeals court to revive his putative class action alleging Ralphs wrongly shared personal information from applications for its customer rewards program with third parties,” Law 360 reports. An attorney for Joseph Heller, during oral arguments on Friday, cited Heller’s claim “he was economically harmed because Ralphs profited from the information,” the report states. Law 360 previously reported on a California judge’s dismissal of the class-action back in 2013 when she found “the shoppers could not show Ralphs’ alleged misconduct had caused them economic injury.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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