On Wednesday, the Supreme Court scheduled oral argument in a case raising CLRA issues, Meyer v. Sprint Spectrum, no. S153846. The argument will take place on December 3, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. in Los Angeles. These are the issues on review in Meyer:
(1) Has a person suffered "damage" within the meaning of the Consumer Legal Remedies Act (Civil Code, section 1780, subd. (a)), such as to allow that person to bring an action under the Act if that person is a party to an agreement containing an unconscionable term (see Civil Code, section 1770, subd. (a)(19)), even though no effort has been made to enforce the unconscionable term? (2) Did plaintiffs have standing to seek declaratory relief?