SEVIDAL v. TARGET CORP.

No. D056206.

189 Cal.App.4th 905 (2010)

117 Cal. Rptr. 3d 66

RAYMUNDO B. SEVIDAL, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. TARGET CORPORATION, Defendant and Respondent.

Court of Appeals of California, Fourth District, Division One.

October 29, 2010.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Nicholas & Butler, Matthew B. Butler and Alex M. Tomasevic for Plaintiff and Appellant.

Morrison & Foerster, Miriam A. Vogel , David F. McDowell and Samantha P. Goodman for Defendant and Respondent.


OPINION

HALLER, J.

After purchasing three clothing items from Target Corporation's Web site that were misidentified as made in the United States, Raymundo B. Sevidal brought a class action against Target, alleging fraud and violation of unfair competition and false advertising laws, and seeking injunctive and restitutionary relief. Sevidal then moved to certify a class of California consumers who bought imported items from Target's Web...

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