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“The judge granted the District’s request for a temporary restraining order against the company, and directed Washington Sports Club not to charge consumers on September 1”

Follow up from the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia regarding: “the lawsuit AG Racine filed against Washington Sports Club for charging members during the COVID-19 shutdowns, I wanted to let you know that we scored a win in court today [Friday]! The judge granted the District’s request for a temporary restraining order against the company,

and directed Washington Sports Club not to charge consumers on September 1 if they canceled their accounts during the time the gyms were closed in March – June. See attached for the judge’s order. Washington Sports Club Order Granting TRO

The next hearing in the case is on September 23, and will include the issue of how the company should credit consumers who were charged during the time the gyms were closed.”

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