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Class Action

Jun. 14, 2024

Defense says case accusing fertility clinic of illegal online tracking is too broad

Attorneys for the California-based clinic say an attempt by plaintiffs to include several interstate clinics in the class action would make the case unmanageable.

Judge Linda Lopez

Attorneys defending a San Diego fertility center against class claims regarding its purported illegal use of online tracking technology argued the action should be tossed or reduced to an individual action because the claims - which extend to interstate clinics purportedly under different ownership -- are "unmanageably" overbroad.

On behalf of a putative nationwide class, a San Diego couple in February accused San Diego Fertility Center and its parent company, Ivy Fertil...

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