Neiman Marcus Last Call Class Action Settlement (California Only)
You are a Settlement Class Member if you made one or more Qualifying Purchases. A Qualifying Purchase means the purchase of a product advertised by Neiman Marcus with a “Compared to” price from August 7, 2010 through May 21, 2018 (1) at any California Last Call store and/or (2) on Last Call’s website if you provided a California billing address.
Class members will be assigned from 1 to 10 points based on their ability to document purchases. The settlement pool will then be divided proportionately based on the # of points each class member receives
Proof of Purchase
Rubenstein v. The Neiman Marcus Group LLC,Case No. 2:14-cv-07155-SJO-JPR, District Court for the Central District of California.
The court in charge of the case is the United States District Court for the Central District of California (the “Court”) and the case is a class action known as Linda Rubenstein v. The Neiman Marcus Group LLC, Case No 2:14-cv-07155 (C.D. Cal.). This case is being brought by Linda Rubenstein, also known as the “Settlement Class Representative” or “Plaintiff.” The Settlement Class Representative sued The Neiman Marcus Group LLC, also known as the “Defendant.” The Plaintiff alleges that consumers were misled by the “Compared to” price tags on merchandise sold at Last Call outlet stores in California, to their financial detriment. The proposed settlement (the “Settlement”) would resolve all claims in this class action lawsuit. Defendant denies that it did anything wrong and denies that this case is appropriate for treatment as a class action. No court has ruled on Plaintiff’s claims.