T.G.I. Friday’s failed on Tuesday to stop a lawsuit that could change the way it sells drinks in New Jersey.

An Appellate Division ruling, in Dugan v. T.G.I. Friday’s, Inc., A-3098-10, kept alive a putative class action claiming the restaurant chain violates N.J. consumer protection laws by failing to post alcoholic and soft drink prices.

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