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May 2018: A state court judge granted final approval of the settlement agreement. December 2017: A state court judge preliminarily approved a settlement agreement that would resolve a false advertising…
August 2017: The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the district court’s decision.
Later in August, the named plaintiff voluntarily dismissed the district court action, the reasons for which were not disclosed. The dismissal was When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled..
December 2016: The named plaintiff filed a Notice of Appeal regarding the November 2016 decision.
November 2016: A federal judge granted in part and denied in part ContextLogic’s motion to dismiss the complaint. Several claims were dismissed, including ones for fraud. To learn more about the dismissed and continuing claims, click here to read the decision.
April 2016: The case was transferred from state court to federal court.
March 2016: A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against ContextLogic alleging that the company advertises fake discounts on its website and app by misleadingly comparing a discounted price to a false, higher price when, according to the plaintiffs, items are never sold at the higher price. (Gerboc et al v. ContextLogic, Inc., Case No. 16-cv-928, N. D. OH.)
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