Ohio Federal Magistrate Dismisses Claims Of Inflated Suit Prices During Sales

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Two Ohio men who claim that a clothing retailer inflates the "regular" prices of their products and then turns around and offers free items with purchase failed to prove violations of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act (OCSPA), an Ohio federal magistrate judge ruled Jan. 8 granting a motion to dismiss the class complaint (Matthew B. Johnson, et al. v. Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Inc., No. 13-756, S.D. Ohio; 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2040).

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