9th Circuit Hears Argument On Whether $25 Payment Constitutes Injury

9th Circuit Hears Argument On Whether $25 Payment Constitutes Injury

SAN FRANCISCO - Parties on Nov. 7 briefed the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on whether a $25 payment made on an allegedly unlawful attempt to collect on a $9,000 automobile debt satisfies the California unfair competition law (UCL) injury standard (Roderick Wright, et al. v. General Motors Acceptance Corp., No. 12-55319, 9th Cir.).

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