Calif. Court Allows Claims In Competition Law Case Involving Continuous Accrual

Calif. Court Allows Claims In Competition Law Case Involving Continuous Accrual

SAN FRANCISCO - After its previous ruling was reversed by the California Supreme Court on the basis of continuous accrual, a state appeals court on July 9 rejected alternative arguments for dismissing a man's California unfair competition law (UCL) action alleging excess charges (Jamshid Aryeh v. Canon Business Solutions Inc., No. B213104, Calif. Super., 2nd Dist.).

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