Cosmopolitan Lawsuit: Who’s Guilty?
A while back I wrote about a case that had been brought up as class action against The Cosmopolitan. The suit, Mirkarimi v. The Cosmopolitan, was one that was purely about one thing. Cosmo recorded phone calls without consent. A San Diego attorney went after them. As a guest, I was part of the class. I filled out my form like I normally do and waited for my $4.31 in change.
So imagine my surprise when an envelope arrived yesterday and a check to the tune of nearly $800 was made out to my name. The class being limited in size most likely was what made for a jackpot without a bet, and it’s likely that with this kind of settlement, The Cosmopolitan has, or has been forced, to learn a lesson about personal privacy.
One thing is for certain. This time the house lost. And hopefully learned a thing or two.