To prove "ascertainable loss," a business that pays dues to a nonprofit trade organization and that alleges that the nonprofit began to compete directly can be required to prove it was damaged as a result of the defendant's provision of consulting services.
Powder Coating Consultants v. The Powder Coating Institute
U.S. District Court
January 14, 2013
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