Neiman Marcus sued in personal-shopper triangle

Luxury department store Neiman Marcus has a famously liberal returns policy, but apparently extends it only so far. A Texas woman is suing the chain alleging that she discovered that her ex was carrying on an affair with her personal shopper which, like a mini-economic-stimulus plan all in itself, resulted in $1.4 million in store purchases, with commissions going to the shopper. She says the store has declined her request to refund the money paid on the goodies and is suing [ABC News (auto-plays video); Staci Zaretsky, Above the Law]

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