Fashionista lawyer spots faux pas in refund policy

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Coral Gables lawyer Carolyn Kellman accuses Forever 21 of "penny-skimming" on a refund that was 1 cent short on a pair of shorts and is seeking class-action status for a lawsuit.

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  • Brit

    And why is it that lawyers have the image they do?

  • Mike

    And we wonder why the legal profession is held in such low regard. Coupons anyone? Seven-figure payoff to the attorneys? Nothing here the various state attorneys general could not remedy.

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