Discounts at Calvin Klein Outlet Stores
Allegations: Falsely advertising pricing discounts from artificially inflated reference prices
July 2017: This action was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice, an amended version of the complaint can be refiled.. The reasons for the dismissal have not been disclosed.
February 2016: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Calvin Klein, Inc. and Tommy Hilfiger Wholesale, Inc. for allegedly misleadingly advertising discounts at outlet stores by comparing sale prices to false market prices. According to the complaint, the market prices were artificially inflated and were never the original prices for items. In addition, the market prices were not the prevailing market price within the three months immediately before the advertisement, as required by California law. (Morrow et al v. PVH Corp., PVH Retail Stores, LLC, Calvin Klein, Inc., Tommy Hilfiger Wholesale, Inc., and Does 1-50, Case No. 16-cv-348, S. D. CA.)
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