California Consumers Suing Subscription Companies Over Auto-Renewal Law

California consumers are suing subscription-based companies within and outside the state, in accordance with California’s auto-renewal law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17600
California consumers are suing subscription-based companies within and outside the state, in accordance with California's auto-renewal law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17600 et seq.), for the auto-renewal of subscriptions they did not expressly approve, reports Lexology. Lexology says the glut of putative class action cases are due to a lack of sufficient analysis and interpretation of the law since it was enacted in 2010. The law applies to any arrangement where a purchasing agreement…...

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