Visa Inc. v. Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc.

Texas Supreme Court

Brief Filed
Visa’s Global Compromised Account Recovery (GCAR) program was deemed unlawful by a Texas court after retailer Sally Beauty Holdings challenged it as an unlawful penalty provision under California law – Visa’s choice-of-law jurisdiction. The RLC’s initial amicus brief supported SBH’s appeal by providing important retail industry context. Upon appeal to the Texas Supreme Court, the subsequent brief expands on the initial filing to emphasize the unfairness and ‘double dipping’ aspects of Visa’s program.The briefs were drafted by Steve Cannon, Owen Glist and Richard Levine of Constantine Cannon, which is an RLC Law Firm Member.

Intermediate Court Brief

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