A mind blowing $13,750,000 million dollar settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Condé Nast.
The lawsuit claims that Condé Nast was in violation of the Michigan Preservation of Personal Privacy Act. Lead plantiff Suzanne Boelter claims she started receiving junk mail and phone calls from other companies after subscribing to Condé Nast publications Bon Appetite and Self magazine.
Condé Nast denies any actions of wrong doing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid further trial.
The Condé Nast Customer Privacy Class Action Lawsuit is entitled Boelter v. Advance Magazine Publishers Inc. d/b/a Condé Nast, and is listed as case number 1:15-cv-05671.
Class members who file claims will be represented by Joseph Marchese, Scott Bursor and Phillip Fraietta from the law firm of Bursor & Fisher PA.
The lawsuit is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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