Peloton’s NYC headquarters doesn’t make it depending on shopper claims of false promoting beneath state enterprise regulation and choose guidelines

A federal judge has dismissed false advertising allegations in a lawsuit based on Peloton Interactive Inc.’s decision to downsize its video library, ruling that the sports equipment manufacturer’s headquarters in New York City are insufficient to accommodate the company’s general business claims subject to law.

The ruling, passed in federal Manhattan federal court on Monday, was another win in a lawsuit for a group of Latham & Watkins attorneys who last year achieved dismissal of other class actions for alleged misleading acts by Peloton after the firm did more than 50% of its fitness classes in response to a $ 150 million lawsuit from members of the National Music Publishers Association.

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