Debra Dugan was a customer at TGI Friday's Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, restaurant. The TGIF menu listed prices for all
Debra Dugan was a customer at TGI Friday's Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, restaurant. The TGIF menu listed prices for all food items and wine, but it did not list prices for beer, mixed drinks, or soft drinks. On one occasion, Dugan purchased Coors Lite beer at the bar and was charged $2.00 per serving. She then sat at a nearby table, made a second order for the same beer, and was charged $3.59 per serving. Dugan filed suit, citing TGIF's failure to disclose the drink prices on the menu and alleging that TGIF's activities constituted unconscionable commercial practices-calling them (1) a "bait and switch" and (2) an unlawful practice under New Jersey's Consumer Fraud Act. TGIF filed a motion to dismiss the complaint for failure to state a claim. What was the result? [Dugan v. TGI Friday's, Inc., 2011 WL 5041391 (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div. Oct. 25, 2011).]
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