Judge: Man Lacks Injury Under Privacy, Competition Laws

Judge: Man Lacks Injury Under Privacy, Competition Laws

SAN DIEGO - A man cannot show that he suffered harm from a company's failure to comply with certain disclosure requirements under California's personal-information-sharing law and, thus, economic injury on which to pursue his California unfair competition law (UCL) claims, a federal judge held June 14 (David Boorstein v. Men's Journal LLC, No. 12-771, C.D. Calif.). Subscribers may view the opinion available within the full article.

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