Condé Nast’s Dismissal Motion Fails In Class Suit Over Disclosing Customers’ Info
Mealey's (September 30, 2016, 2:26 PM EDT) -- NEW YORK — A New York federal judge on Sept. 28 denied a magazine publisher’s attempt to dismiss a class complaint accusing it of violating the privacy rights of Michigan subscribers by selling their personal information to third parties (Suzanne Boelter, et al. v. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc., d/b/a/ Condé Nast, No. 15-5671, S.D. N.Y.; 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 134484).
(Memorandum and order available. Document #43-161007-018Z.)
Suzanne Boelter, a Michigan woman, filed a class complaint against Advance Magazine Publishers Inc., doing business as Condé Nast, in...