Jul 242015
 July 24, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

Karina Basso reports:

A California federal judge has given preliminary approval to a proposed Destination Maternity class action settlement, despite his opinion that the settlement is inadequate. Two months prior, the same judge denied this same Destination Maternity class action settlement, which would have offered $25 in gift cards to qualifying Class Members in exchange for resolving privacy action claims against Destination Maternity Corp.

On July 20, U.S. District Judge George King conditionally approved the proposed Destination Maternity settlement, which would resolve consumer claims that Destination Maternity stores illegally request consumers’ phone numbers when paying with credit cards.

Read more on Top Class Actions.

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