A suit asserting violations of New Jersey’s Truth in Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act by cosmetics website LushUSA.com has been dismissed because the plaintiff did not suffer any actual harm, according to the court opinion tossing the case.

Chief Judge Jerome Simandle ruled that the plaintiff lacked standing to sue because she did not meet the statutory definition of an “aggrieved consumer.” The ruling is sure to be welcomed by the business community, which has expressed concerns about a recent flood of suits claiming violations of TCCWNA.

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