Peloton Interactive Inc. won dismissal of a Michigan resident’s claim brought under New York law alleging the company misrepresented its class library was “ever-growing” after it cut class offerings in half.
Named plaintiff Alicia Pearlman didn’t allege she purchased Peloton hardware in New York, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said.
Pearlman therefore lacks standing to pursue her proposed class action claim under the New York General Business Law, the court said Monday.
The court rejected the argument that routing payments to Peloton’s bank accounts in New York can establish standing.
If standing were allowed ...