To state a CUTPA violation based on deception, the state must allege: 1.) a representation, omission or other practice likely to mislead consumers; 2.) consumers interpreted the message reasonably; and 3.) the representation, omission or practice that was likely to mislead consumers was material.
State v. Moody's Corp.
May 23, 2012
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