The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether restaurants violate state consumer laws when they fail to list cocktail prices on their menus.

In Dugan v. TGI Friday’s and Bozzi v. OSI Restaurant Partners, the court will consider whether class certification was properly granted on plaintiffs’ claims that failing to list prices for beer and mixed drinks on the menu violates the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and the Truth in Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act. In the TGI Friday’s case, the court will also consider whether charging different prices for the same beverage, depending on where in the restaurant it is served, can be the basis of claims under the Consumer Fraud Act and TCCWNA.

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