Did you make a purchase at a Neiman Marcus Last Call Store in California or online from a California billing address?

If so, you may be eligible to submit a claim and receive a cash benefit.

The deadline to exclude yourself from the Settlement or submit a claim was August 20, 2018. We cannot accept any new claims.

A settlement has been proposed in Rubenstein v. The Neiman Marcus Group LLC, Case No. 2:14-cv-07155-SJO-JPR (“Settlement”), which is pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. The lawsuit alleges that consumers were misled by the “Compared To” price tags used on merchandise at the Neiman Marcus Last Call (“Last Call”) stores in California, to their financial detriment. Neiman Marcus denies that it did anything wrong, and no court has determined that it did anything wrong. Your rights are affected if you made a purchase advertised with a “Compared To” price from August 7, 2010 through May 21, 2018 (1) at any Last Call outlet store(s) in California and/or (2) on Last Call’s website, if you provided a California billing address. These purchases are referred to as “Qualifying Purchases.”

The Settlement, if approved, would provide $2,900,000 to give cash benefits to those customers who made a Qualifying Purchase, as well as to pay Plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees and expenses, a service award for the Settlement Class Representative, and the administrative costs of the Settlement.

If you received a notice about this Settlement in the mail or in your email, you are likely a class member. If you are a class member, your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act. Read the complete Notice of Class Action Settlement carefully.