June 9, 2020

A NY Federal Judge Ruled That A Lawsuit Over Potato Skin Snacks With No Potato Skins Can Move Forward

The woman who sued TGI Friday’s because the potato skins snacks from the chip aisle in the store didn’t contain real potato skins will be allowed to proceed with her fraud theory, according to a report in Legal Newsline. On Monday, New York federal judge Katherine Polk Failla reached a variety of rulings, including one that will allow the plaintiff to pursue her claim for common law fraud against Inventure.

The lawsuit has drawn the attention of the state’s legal reform group, which said the case was likely pushed by lawyers and not the plaintiff. The plaintiff is represented by Lee Litigation Group, a prolific filer of consumer class actions.


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