Don’t Wish Too Hard: Ohio Federal Court Tosses Class Claims in Consumer Case for Failure to Allege Actual Damages

Author: Jeremy Gilman (former Partner at Benesch Law)

Wish.com is a website that sells, you guessed it, goods.  Lots of them.  Clothing, watches, smartphone cases, fishing lures, jewelry, handbags, Pokémon cards, electronics, shoes.  Most are inexpensive and made in China, from where they are shipped directly from merchant to consumer.  Tens of millions of different items from thousands of merchants.  One of its senior executives referred to wish.com as “the leading mobile commerce platform in North America and Europe” whose “mission is to give everyone access to the most affordable, convenient, and effective shopping mall in the world.”  Wish.com take a 15% cut on each sale.  ContextLogic, Inc., a privately-held company in San Francisco, developed wish.com. Continue reading “Don’t Wish Too Hard: Ohio Federal Court Tosses Class Claims in Consumer Case for Failure to Allege Actual Damages”