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N.J. Law Is Not the Law of Choice

The majority of District of N.J. decisions now apply the law of the consumer's home state in nationwide consumer fraud class actions

, New Jersey Law Journal

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The majority of federal courts in New Jersey have held that the law of the consumer's home state should be applied when a product is purchased in that state and the seller has a corporate place of business in New Jersey. Adoption of this majority rule may present a barrier to class certification as applying so many different standards is unwieldy and impracticable.

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