A federal court litigant can sue a reporting service under New Jersey’s Consumer Fraud Act for allegedly padding its bill, a state appeals court ruled on May 19.
The panel ruled that although rules governing court reporting in U.S. district court trump state laws and regulations, that pre-emption applies only to procedural issues, not to disputes over business practices.
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