A group of Rite Aid customers sued Rite Aid in December of 2014 for alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when it sent flu shot reminders to consumer’s cellphones without written consent.

On March 30, 2017, a federal district court judge in New York dismissed the proposed class action lawsuit by granting Rite Aid’s Motion For Summary Judgment and denied the Plaintiff’s Motion for Class Certification as moot.

The full opinion has not been released and will be delayed until the parties agree on appropriate redactions of confidential information. We will report on the full text of the opinion once it is released.